The paper considers the methods for theoretical and experimental study of bistatic optical communication schemes. A laboratory model of an optoelectronic communication system has been developed for experimental studies. Copper-vapor laser radiation at a wavelength of 510 nm was used as a source of signals. Test demonstration experiments were performed in the real atmosphere through atmospheric channels with a reflecting surface and a dense nonstationary aerosol-molecular structure. For theoretical studies, software means were developed for numerical statistical estimation of the energy and transfer characteristics of the bistatic atmospheric communication channels by the Monte Carlo method.
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Belov, V.V., Tarasenkov, M.V., Abramochkin, V.N. et al. Atmospheric bistatic communication channels with scattering. Part 1. Methods of study. Atmos Ocean Opt 26, 364–370 (2013). https://doi.org/10.1134/S1024856013050059
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