Monish Chatterjee
Monish Chatterjee
Professor, Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Dayton
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Derivation and implicit solution of the Harry Dym equation and its connections with the Korteweg-de Vries equation
W Hereman, PP Banerjee, MR Chatterjee
Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 22 (3), 241, 1989
Transfer function formalism for strong acousto-optic Bragg diffraction of light beams with arbitrary profiles
MR Chatterjee, TC Poon, DN Sitter
Acta Acustica united with Acustica 71 (2), 81-92, 1990
Nonlinear echoes, phase conjugation, time reversal, and electronic holography
A Korpel, M Chatterjee
Proceedings of the IEEE 69 (12), 1539-1556, 1981
Split-step-type angular plane-wave spectrum method for the study of self-refractive effects in nonlinear wave propagation
A Korpel, KE Lonngren, PP Banerjee, HK Sim, MR Chatterjee
JOSA B 3 (6), 885-890, 1986
Examination of chaotic signal encryption and recovery for secure communication using hybrid acousto-optic feedback
MR Chatterjee, M Al-Saedi
Optical Engineering 50 (5), 055002-055002-14, 2011
A numerical analysis and expository interpretation of the diffraction of light by ultrasonic waves in the Bragg and Raman-Nath regimes using multiple scattering theory
ST Chen, MR Chatterjee
IEEE Transactions on Education 39 (1), 56-68, 1996
Demonstration of acousto-optic bistability and chaos by direct nonlinear circuit modeling
MR Chatterjee, JJ Huang
Applied optics 31 (14), 2506-2517, 1992
Negative index in the presence of chirality and material dispersion
PP Banerjee, MR Chatterjee
JOSA B 26 (2), 194-202, 2009
Numerical modeling of cylindrically symmetric nonlinear self-focusing using an adaptive fast Hankel split-step method
PP Banerjee, G Nehmetallah, MR Chatterjee
Optics communications 249 (1-3), 293-300, 2005
Anomalous Brewster effect and evanescent modes at an achiral/chiral dielectric boundary under planar electromagnetic propagation
MR Chatterjee, RY Ataai
Journal of Modern Optics 66 (10), 1089-1105, 2019
Investigation of profiled beam propagation through a turbulent layer and temporal statistics of diffracted output for a modified von Karman phase screen
MR Chatterjee, FHA Mohamed
Free-Space Laser Communication and Atmospheric Propagation XXVI 8971, 897102, 2014
Design of acousto-optic chaos based secure free-space optical communication links
AK Ghosh, P Verma, S Cheng, RC Huck, MR Chatterjee, M Al-Saedi
Free-Space Laser Communications IX 7464, 198-203, 2009
Split-step approach to electromagnetic propagation through atmospheric turbulence using the modified von Karman spectrum and planar apertures
MR Chatterjee, FHA Mohamed
Optical Engineering 53 (12), 126107-126107, 2014
Secure chaotic transmission of electrocardiography signals with acousto-optic modulation under profiled beam propagation
FS Almehmadi, MR Chatterjee
Applied Optics 54 (2), 195-203, 2015
Secure free-space communication, turbulence mitigation, and other applications using acousto-optic chaos
MR Chatterjee, A Mohamed, FS Almehmadi
Applied Optics 57 (10), C1-C13, 2018
Improved performance of analog and digital acousto-optic modulation with feedback under profiled beam propagation for secure communication using chaos
FS Almehmadi, MR Chatterjee
Optical Engineering 53 (12), 126102-126102, 2014
Numerical examination of the nonlinear dynamics of a hybrid acousto-optic Bragg cell with positive feedback under profiled beam propagation
FS Almehmadi, MR Chatterjee
JOSA B 31 (4), 833-841, 2014
Multiple plane-wave analysis of acousto-optic diffraction by adjacent ultrasonic beams of frequency ratio 1: m
TC Poon, MR Chatterjee, PP Banerjee
JOSA A 3 (9), 1402-1406, 1986
Planar electromagnetic propagation of an s-polarized wave across an achiral/chiral interface under variable magnetic permeability
MR Chatterjee, N Buaossa
Laser Science, JW3A. 111, 2019
Implementation of a spatially multiplexed pixelated three-dimensional display by use of a holographic optical element array
ST Chen, MR Chatterjee
Applied optics 37 (32), 7504-7513, 1998
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