Abstract

Mathematical expressions are obtained for the power spectrum of a turbulence-degraded image of a point source as a function of exposure time. Calculations are based on the near-field Rytov–Kolmogorov approximations and the Taylor hypothesis. Comparisons with available data are satisfactory.

© 1975 Optical Society of America

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