18 May 2016 Algorithm development, optimization, and simulation framework for a phase-locking fiber laser array
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This research project aims to provide a software framework to test and simulate optimization algorithms for a phase locked fiber laser array. The adaptive phase coherent fiber laser array system is a prominent innovation in the areas of optical communications and directed energy projection [1][2]. In comparison with a monolithic large aperture system, the phase locked array exhibits dramatic improvements in cost, size, and energy density at the center of the beam [2].
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Casey Campbell, Benjamin Mazur, Furkan Cayci, Nicholas Waite, Fouad Kiamilev, Jony J. Liu, "Algorithm development, optimization, and simulation framework for a phase-locking fiber laser array", Proc. SPIE 9846, Long-Range Imaging, 98460C (18 May 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2224323; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2224323
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