The results of calculations on the variation of the depth of modulation and the phase shift of a signal propagating through a scattering medium in the “backward” direction as a function of the scattering index and the thickness of the scattering layer are presented. The flux is modulated sinusoidally in the frequency range from 1 to 100 MHz.
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Vilyugina, G.A., Ivanov, V.M., Malinov, G.I. et al. Choice of optimum modulation frequency when determining the scattering index of a medium by the phasemeter method. Soviet Physics Journal 17, 1117–1121 (1974). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00901603
- Phase Shift
- Modulation Frequency
- Optimum Modulation
- Optimum Modulation Frequency