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The effect of source temporal coherence on light scintillations in weak turbulence

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Abstract

It is shown that, in turbulence, the irradiance scintillations of a partially-coherent light source decrease as the source bandwidth is increased. Explicit results are given for the cases when the turbulence is weak and very strong.

© 1979 Optical Society of America

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