1 February 1976 A Visible Wavelength COAT Array
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We have constructed a visible wavelength Coherent Optical Adaptive Techniques (COAT) array with which to investigate the applications of wideband wavefront correcting techniques to Army laser systems.
M. J. Lavan., W. K. Cadwallender, T. F. DeYoung, "A Visible Wavelength COAT Array," Optical Engineering 15(1), 150156 (1 February 1976). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7971909 . Submission:
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