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A coherent pulse-compression lidar system based on a 90-degree optical hybrid is demonstrated in this paper. In amplitude modulation (AM) mode, the returned RF chirp signal will be influenced by a random phase difference between local oscillator and echo light, causing fluctuations in the ranging results, and as a result the detection probability is small. By using the 90-degree optical hybrid, two orthogonal complementary signals are obtained to stabilize the result so as to increase thedoi:10.3390/s19204570 fatcat:jzjltp4sujbethlmcssv473sbu