1 March 2005 Time-of-flight measurement in self-triggering pulsed laser ranging
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Abstract
Self-triggering pulsed laser ranging, a novel pulsed laser ranging method, can ease the trade-off between ranging precision and measurement speed in the traditional laser ranging technique. Theoretical analysis and system design for time-of-flight measurement, which determines both the ranging precision and the measuring speed of self-triggering pulsed laser ranging, is performed. An experiment on self-triggering pulsed laser ranging is reported, in which submillimeter (better than 0.5 mm) precision is achieved over a 20-m range.
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Chengwei Yang, Yujing Huo, Qiansong Chen, Laigui Qin, Dalong Zhao, "Time-of-flight measurement in self-triggering pulsed laser ranging," Optical Engineering 44(3), 034201 (1 March 2005). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.1868777 . Submission:
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