27 July 2016 On the verification of NFIRAOS algorithms and performance on the HeNOS bench
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The laboratory test bench HeNOS is a scaled down version of TMTs first light MCAO instrument NFIRAOS, it is designed to mimic the behavior within the limits of a lab. Its purpose is the verification of the performance predicted through simulations and the demonstration of calibration procedures. The MCAO correction includes LGS effects like spot elongation, tip/tilt uncertainty and sodium layer variations. Tests contain turbulent layer identification with SLODAR, tomographic NCPA correction, matched filter updates, a Pyramid Truth WFS and PSF reconstruction. We discuss the recent advances on the tests and the impact of the results on the control of NFIRAOS.
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Matthias Rosensteiner, Matthias Rosensteiner, Paolo Turri, Paolo Turri, Etsuko Mieda, Etsuko Mieda, Jean-Pierre Véran, Jean-Pierre Véran, David R. Andersen, David R. Andersen, Glen Herriot, Glen Herriot, } "On the verification of NFIRAOS algorithms and performance on the HeNOS bench", Proc. SPIE 9909, Adaptive Optics Systems V, 990949 (27 July 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2233054; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2233054
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