1 February 1982 Characteristics Of Acousto-Optic Devices For Signal Processors
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This paper analyzes the device characteristics of acousto-optic Bragg cells for signal processing applications. Design parameters of efficiency, bandwidth, resolution and side lobes, and distortion are considered. Phase distortion is of particular importance in imaging type acousto-optic signal processors such as correlators and convolvers. Techniques for optimizing these performance fac-tors are discussed.
I. C. Chang, I. C. Chang, D. L. Hecht, D. L. Hecht, } "Characteristics Of Acousto-Optic Devices For Signal Processors," Optical Engineering 21(1), 210176 (1 February 1982). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7972862 . Submission:
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