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Possibilities of joint application of adaptive optics technique and nonlinear optical phase conjugation to compensate for turbulent distortions
V. P. Lukina, F. Yu. Kaneva, O. V. Kulaginb
a Institute of Atmospheric Optics, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Science, Tomsk
b Institute of Applied Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Nizhnii Novgorod
The efficiency of integrating the nonlinear optical technique based on forming a reverse wavefront and the conventional adaptive optics into a unified complex (for example, for adaptive focusing of quasi-cw laser radiation) is demonstrated. Nonlinear optical phase conjugation may provide more exact information about the phase fluctuations in the corrected wavefront in comparison with the adaptive optics methods. At the same time, the conventional methods of adaptive optics provide an efficient control of a laser beam projected onto a target for a rather long time.
atmospheric turbulence, adaptive optics, phase conjugation, control, coherence length.
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Quantum Electronics, 2016, 46:5, 481–486
V. P. Lukin, F. Yu. Kanev, O. V. Kulagin, “Possibilities of joint application of adaptive optics technique and nonlinear optical phase conjugation to compensate for turbulent distortions”, Kvantovaya Elektronika, 46:5 (2016), 481–486 [Quantum Electron., 46:5 (2016), 481–486]
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