Sidelobe suppression in an acousto-optic filter with a raised-cosine interaction strength

Smith, D.A.; Johnson, J.J.
August 1992
Applied Physics Letters;8/31/1992, Vol. 61 Issue 9, p1025
Academic Journal
Demonstrates the sidelobe suppression in an acoustic-optic filter with a raised-cosine interaction strength. Launch of a surface acoustic wave (SAW) beam to determine acoustic-intensity weighting; Percentage of apodized filter conversion efficiency; Comparison between the unapodized filter intensity sidelobe and SAW intensity with raised-cosine weighting.


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