Study on Bioagents/Bioaerosols Standoff Detection by Lidar
International Journal of Environmental Monitoring and Analysis
Volume 4, Issue 2, April 2016, Pages: 39-44
Received: Feb. 21, 2016;
Accepted: Mar. 10, 2016;
Published: Mar. 29, 2016
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Yang Hui, New Star Application Technology Institute, Hefei, China
Sun Yanfei, New Star Application Technology Institute, Hefei, China
Wang Tiedong, New Star Application Technology Institute, Hefei, China
Zhao Xuesong, Key Lab. of Environmental Optics & Technology, CAS, Hefei, China
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Scattering, fluorescence and polarization are the important data source for bioagent or bioaerosol time-space observation and identification. This paper stated and discussed the theory and data inversion principles for Mie scattering, laser induced fluorescence and polarization sensing Lidar. The sensing and data inversion results for bioagent/bioaerosol extinction coefficient, horizontal linear depolarization ratio were also demonstrated. The signal and SNR simulation of fluorescence lidar were also demonstrated. The sensing results revealed that the three kinds of detecting technology approaches are reasonable and potential for bioagent/bioaerosol characterization and recognition.
Bioagents/Bioaerosols, Lidar, Laser Induced Fluorescence, Depolarization Ratio, Mie Scattering
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