Scanning acousto-electro-optic light deflector with uniform intensity response

Lee, Hyuk
July 1986
Applied Physics Letters;7/7/1986, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p24
Academic Journal
A deflector whose scanned output beam is of uniform intensity with respect to the scan angle is proposed. This deflector is based on the control of the phase mismatch of the acousto-optic deflector via acousto-electro-optic effect. An experimental result of this deflector is presented.


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