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15 February 2012 Arrangement of an advanced acousto-optical processor for modeling the triple correlations of low-power optical pulse trains
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Both a high level of developing the spatially spot-like and one-dimensional input devices and the flexibility of a design inherent in two-dimensional optical systems with similar modulating components make it possible to realize various high-bit-rate opto-electronic processors. This is why a one-dimension acousto-optic technique has been involved in data processing and its modeling based on the algorithm of triple product correlations. Practically, triple product correlations originate within an optical scheme including the modulated light source, representing the first input port, and two wideaperture acousto-optical cells forming two other input ports. Due to specifically constructed lens system, initially modulated light beam is crossing sequentially the apertures of acousto-optical cells oriented at right angle to each other. Finally, a CCD-matrix integrates the received optical signal with respect to time and registers the resulting triple product correlations. In a view of arranging similar acousto-optical processor for modeling triple product correlations, we characterize a novel version of the acousto-optical cells exploiting now tellurium-dioxide crystals. Together with this, potential performances of the progressed design for similar processor are estimated as well.
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Alexandre S. Shcherbakov, Ana Virginia Hanessian de la Garza, Vahram Chavushyan, and Joaquin Campos Acosta "Arrangement of an advanced acousto-optical processor for modeling the triple correlations of low-power optical pulse trains", Proc. SPIE 8240, Nonlinear Frequency Generation and Conversion: Materials, Devices, and Applications XI, 82401O (15 February 2012); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.909517
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