26 September 2007 The main peculiarities of arranging the optical scheme of acousto-optical spectrometer for the Mexican Large Millimeter Telescope
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We consider two technically important problems related to implementing a new acousto-optical spectrometer for the analysis of radio-astronomical signals. This project lies in a line with the program of developing the metrological equipment for the Mexican Large Millimeter Telescope. Here, the main attention is paid to arranging the optical scheme of such a spectrometer, namely, to designing the prism-made optical beam shaper and to characterizing the potential resolution, i.e. the number of resolvable spots, inherent in acousto-optical spectrometer exploiting a one-phonon optimized anomalous light scattering by acoustic phonons in a large-aperture cell made of the specifically oriented tellurium dioxide single crystal.
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Alexandre S. Shcherbakov, Sandra E. Balderas Mata, Eduardo Tepichin Rodriguez, Abraham Luna Castellanos, Daniel Sanchez Lucero, Jewgenij Maximov, "The main peculiarities of arranging the optical scheme of acousto-optical spectrometer for the Mexican Large Millimeter Telescope", Proc. SPIE 6663, Laser Beam Shaping VIII, 66630O (26 September 2007); doi: 10.1117/12.733243; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.733243
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