Guidance characteristics of some displacement devices used in a high-precision He--Ne laser

Brand, U.; Miyashita, K.
July 1997
Review of Scientific Instruments;Jul97, Vol. 68 Issue 7, p2913
Academic Journal
Assesses the guidance characteristics of three different translation stages for application as the driver in a high precision displacement transducer calibration instrument. Displacement measurement for high-precision lasers; Maximum yaw and pitch angles of the piezoceramic tube (PZT); Maximum guiding deviation of the three-segment PZT.


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