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25 November 1987 Variable Wavelength Laser Line Scanner
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Abstract
An optical device, the variable wavelength laser line scanner (VWLS), is described. Using two diffractive optical elements, this structure enables a laser beam to be deflected in angle, according to a prescribed and desired scan pattern. The application of this device to the fabrication and playback of holographic optical elements is described and a numerical result presented.
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Kenneth G. Leib and Philip Grieve "Variable Wavelength Laser Line Scanner", Proc. SPIE 0827, Real-Time Signal Processing X, (25 November 1987); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.942064
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