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25 April 1990 Real Time Tv Holography Using An Alexandrite Laser
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The alexandrite laser1,2, operating at 730-780 nm, is an efficient solid-state laser capable of generating holographic quality laser pulses at reasonable repetition rate (10 to 30 Hz) and can be built into a compact package. With the laser operating at a submultiple of the TV frame rate, the combination of a double pulse alexandrite laser with a solid-state camera and image processing techniques makes possible real time TV examination of small displacements in a dynamic situation.
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R. C. Sam, K. Leslie, J. Goodwin, R. Page, J. Kuper, and T. Chin "Real Time Tv Holography Using An Alexandrite Laser", Proc. SPIE 1162, Laser Interferometry: Quantitative Analysis of Interferograms: Third in a Series, (25 April 1990);


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