Synthetic-aperture Optics: Woods Hole Summer Study, Aug. 1967, Volume 1
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accuracy achieved active addition allow amplitude angular aperture synthesis Appendix applications arrays associated astronomy atmospheric bandwidth basic beam brightness distribution California coherence collecting combination complex components concern considerable considered currently delay line desired detailed detection detector determined differences difficulties discussion effects elements entire existing fact field Figure final Fourier frequency fringes given illumination important independent individual intensity interest interference interferometer larger laser length less light limit Massachusetts means measurement method Michelson Michigan mirror noise object observed obtained operating optical optical system partially filled aperture particular path pattern phase position possible practical present principle problem processing range realized redundancy reference relative resolution resolvable restoration rigidity samples sensitivity separated shift shown significant single smaller spacing spatial spectrum structure synthetic-aperture techniques telescope tion University utilizing various visibility function wavelength yield