Abstract

We propose using electromagnetic phase coherence gratings (EMPCGs) for fine spatial segregation in polarimetric components of stationary beams on their propagation in atmospheric turbulence. Unlike for other beams, e.g., non-uniformly correlated EM beams, the off-axis shifts occurring in polarimetric components of EMPCGs are shown to be invariant with respect to the local turbulence strength. This effect may lead to implementation of novel techniques for direct energy, imaging, and wireless optical communication systems operating in the presence of turbulent air.

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