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25 August 1998 Recent developments and results in 2D acousto-optic light deflection
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A novel approach for 1D and 2D acousto-optic deflector design is presented. 2D deflectors are optimally built of two adjacent Bragg cells in acoustically rotated configuration. The depleting effect of second order diffraction is compensated by a small change of the optical incidence angle. High bandwidth devices working below 100 MHz acoustic frequency and 1 W acoustic power are reported. Several experimental results on deflectors for 633 nm and 1064 nm optical wavelengths are presented.
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Pal Maak, Laszlo Jakab, Attila Barocsi, and Peter I. Richter "Recent developments and results in 2D acousto-optic light deflection", Proc. SPIE 3388, Advances in Optical Information Processing VIII, (25 August 1998); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.319434
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