1 March 1986 Acousto-Optic Convolver For Digital Pulses
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The design and performance characteristics of a compact, wide-band, space-integrating, acousto-optic signal processing system that provides the unipolar convolution of high-speed digital pulse trains is de-scribed. The system utilizes a semiconductor diode laser, two tellurium dioxide (Te02) Bragg cells with bandwidths of 100 MHz and aperture times of 6 pis, imaging and collection optics, and an avalanche photodiode to perform the convolution operation in real time.
R. L. Cohoon, C. S. Wright, W. J. Wiley, Peter S. Guilfoyle, E. L. Ligeti, "Acousto-Optic Convolver For Digital Pulses," Optical Engineering 25(3), 253480 (1 March 1986). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7973846 . Submission:
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