4 March 1986 Material Tradeoff for Wideband Bragg Cells
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Abstract
Wide bandwidth Bragg cells are of extreme importance in many acousto-optic applications. The proper choice of material and crystal orientation for the Bragg cells is critical for maximizing the performance of such a system. The physical properties of importance in the design of wide bandwidth Bragg cells of such systems will be reviewed. The advantages and disadvantages of the best currently available acousto-optic crystals will be evaluated with regard to these physical properties. Methods for selecting the optimum material and crystal orientation for a given bandwidth will be discussed.
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G. Elston, G. Elston, M . Amano, M . Amano, J. Lucero, J. Lucero, } "Material Tradeoff for Wideband Bragg Cells", Proc. SPIE 0567, Advances in Materials for Active Optics, (4 March 1986); doi: 10.1117/12.949846; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.949846
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