1 December 1991 Novel optical techniques for phased-array processing
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Optical Engineering, 30(12), (1991). doi:10.1117/12.56027
Abstract
The problem of feeding and controlling the radiation pattern of phased-array radar has a novel solution involving the use of fiber and Fourier optics in the system originally proposed by Koepf in 1984. We give analytical descriptions of that system and introduce novel nonlinear optical techniques to address accuracy and alignment issues.
John H. Hong, Ian C. McMichael, "Novel optical techniques for phased-array processing," Optical Engineering 30(12), (1 December 1991). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.56027
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Phased array optics

Phase conjugation

Spatial light modulators

Crystals

Radar

Optical components

Microwave radiation

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