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Advances in communication systems : theory and applications. by A V Balakrishnan

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The analytic form of the single-scattered intensity emerging at the base of the cloud is (ρφ,φ;090)β-ζο, 1 -*Γ(τ-ζο) τ < Co/ cos θ 4ing scat(0,0,Co>O = \ ρ(θ,φ;0, 0)β-ζο, 1 -exp Co (53) (1 - c o s f l \ ~ \ cos0 I τ > Co/ cos 0 34 R. A. DELL-IMAGINE 1 2 80 '3 ^4 • I 5 ^ r 6 70 1^---^ 7 8 50 40 30 20 10 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 90 80 Receiver cone angle FIG. 15. 0. TABLE II CODE FOR FIG. 15 Dist. 0 1 4 7 8 8 1 1 2 8 8 1 1 1 5 8 1 1 1 3 8 1 1 1 1 6 Beam radius STUDY OF MULTIPLE SCATTERING OF OPTICAL RADIATION 35 80 70 L^ i 60 IX i g j 50 f ks* I · · J -j · 1 —^ f 1 · · ——U—J 40 ^ 1 · 1· — m •—4 · · \—\—m 30 20 10 10 20 30 40 50 60 Receiver cone angle 70 80 90 FIG.

A. 160 FIG. 23. 5 from base of cloud). 24 1 - ! 80 FIG. 24. 0 from base of cloud). is attained prior to the upper limit of (56), it is safe to conclude that the major portion of the scattered radiation has the same rise properties as the single-scattered radiation. Therefore, an approximate stepfunction response can be computed by renormalizing the steady-state STUDY OF MULTIPLE SCATTERING OF OPTICAL RADIATION 41 value of the single-scattered response. This procedure is sufficient to characterize the signaling properties of the cloud-receiver system.

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