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The scattering of radiation away from the surface of irradiated material
Present participle of backscatter
Primary radiation deflected or secondary radiation emitted in the general direction of the incident radiation beam
Reflecting light back in the direction of the source
Refers to light diffraction at microscopic non-uniformities in the index of refraction of the optical fiber causing back reflection of optical power towards the source Used in OTDRs
Refers to light diffraction at microscopic non-uniformities in the index of refraction of the optical fiber causing backreflection of optical power towards the source
The return of a portion of scattered light to the input end of a fiber; the scattering of light in the direction opposite to its original propagation
The deflection of radiation by scattering processes through angles >90o with respect to the original direction of motion
A small fraction of light that is reflected out of the original direction of propagation by scattering suffers a reversal of direction In other words, it propagates in the optical waveguide towards the transmitter
{i} part of solar radiation that is guided back into space due to particle scattering in the atmosphere
Portion of solar radiation directed back into space as a result of particle scattering in the atmosphere
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To scatter particles and/or radiation by the atoms of the medium being passed through
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A portion of the energy or a laser that is scattered back in the seeker's direction by an obscurant
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(1) The scattering of radiant energy into the hemisphere of space bounded by a plane normal to the direction of the incident radiation and lying on the same side as the incident ray; (2) In SLAR usage this refers to the portion of the microwave energy scattered by the terrain surface that is directed back towards the antenna
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Suspended particles in water that are illuminated, and therefore captured on film as a cloud or scattering of light dots, when using a flash underwater near the lens
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The particles and/or radiation deflected in this manner
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A radar echo that is reflected, or scattered, at 180 degrees to the direction of the incident wave Also the scattering of radiant energy into space before it reaches the earth's surface
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{i} deflection of nuclear particles or deviation of radiation in a scattering procedure through angles greater than ninety degrees; radiation or particles deflected in this manner
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{f} scatter radiation by atoms of the medium through which it passes
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The scattering of radiation or particles in a direction opposite to that of the incident radiation due to reflection from particles of the medium traversed
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The deflection of particles and/or radiation by nuclear and/or electromagnetic forces through angles greater than 90 degrees to the original direction of travel
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Scattering in directions reverse to the incident beam
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A portion of the energy or a laser that is scattered back in the seekers direction by an obscurant
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scatter (radiation) by the atoms of the medium through which it passes
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The (microwave) signal reflected by elements of an illuminated scene back in the direction of the radar The term 'backscatter' was chosen to make a clear distinction between energy scattered in arbitrary directions, and energy which returns to the radar and thus is received and recorded by the sensor
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The deflection of radiation by scattering processes through angles greater than 90 degrees with respect to the original direction of propagation (motion)
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a phenomenon caused by light from a strobe reflecting back into the camera lens off of small particles in the water between the subject and the lens This common problem can be minimized with proper strobe positioning and the use of wide angle lenses
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