4 edition of Field theory of acousto-optic signal processing devices found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||The Artech House optoelectronics library|
|LC Classifications||TA1770 .S36 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 270 p. :|
|Number of Pages||270|
|LC Control Number||91047964|
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A Guide to Acousto-Optic Modulators D. J. McCarron December 7, 1 Introduction Acousto-optic modulators (AOMs) are useful devices which allow the fre-quency, intensity and direction of a laser beam to be modulated. Within these devices incoming light Bragg di racts o acoustic wavefronts which propagate through a crystal. Optical Signal Processing is a collection of synopses of the works of many experts in the different fields of optical signal processing. The book also includes systems or algorithms that have been successfully tried and used. The monograph is divided into seven parts.
This book describes the design considerations for acousto-optic devices, including materials, transducers, geometry, principles of operation, and engineering tradeoffs. The presentation is sufficiently detailed and clear that readers could design and build their own AO device (if they have a. Raman–Nath diffraction is an acousto-optic effect – an interaction between acoustic waves and light waves – especially the diffraction of laser light by ultrasonic waves. Raman–Nath diffraction is observed for relatively low ultrasonic frequencies, typically less than 10 MHz, and for a small acousto-optic interaction length, L, corresponding to the width of an ultrasonic wave, which is.
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Summary: Integrates electromagnetic waveguide theory and acoustical waveguide theory in a comprehensive introduction to the physics of acousto-optic devices in optical computing or optical processing of microwave signals.
The text provides a thorough understanding of the theory involved. (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. The acousto-optics is a field of physics that studies the interaction between sound and light.
This interaction effect based on the diffraction of light by periodic modulation of the refractive index of a transparent optical material, which is generated by acoustic wave propagation in that environment. Acousto-Optic Signal Processing: Theory and Implementation, Second Edition (Optical Science and Engineering) tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
Apple. Android. Windows Phone. Android. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. .a good review of the field, coupled with practical information on implementation Cited by: A simple method of modulating the optical beam travelling through the acousto-optic device is done by switching the acoustic field on and off.
When off the light beam is undiverted, the intensity of light directed at the Bragg diffraction angle is zero. When switched on and Bragg diffraction occurs, the intensity at the Bragg angle increases. Summary: This unparalleled single-source reference/text thoroughly describes all aspects of acousto-optic signal processing - from the theory of acousto-optic interaction and basic devices to the practical application of both frequency- and time-domain signal processing systems.
Attention is given to space-integrating acousto-optic signal processors using surface-acoustic-wave delay lines, signal processing using an acousto-optic memory device, incoherent-light time. This chapter is concerned primarily with the use of integrated Field theory of acousto-optic signal processing devices book techniques in acousto-optic receivers.
More specifically, we consider devices in which a light beam is confined in a waveguide deposited on the surface of a suitable planar substrate (typically a piece of single-crystal lithium niobate) and interacts with a surface acoustic wave (SAW) launched by a specially designed. Develops the underlying theory of acousto-optics from first principles, formulating results suitable for subsequent calculations and design.
Special attention is given to design procedures for the entire range of acousto-optic devices and a wide variety of applications for these devices is also described.
Further topics include bulk wave and thin-film devices, transducer theory, isotropic and. First published inBiomedical Signal and Image Processing received wide and welcome reception from universities and industry research institutions alike, offering detailed, yet accessible information at the reference, upper undergraduate, and first year graduate level.
Retaining all of the quality and precision of the first edition, Biomedical Signal and Image Processing, Second Edition. This book presents the signal processing algorithms that have been developed to process the signals acquired by a spherical microphone array.
Spherical microphone arrays can be used to capture the sou. Acousto-optic signal processing. New York: M. Dekker, © (OCoLC) Online version: Acousto-optic signal processing.
New York: M. Dekker, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors /. Two recently reported optical processing concepts can be exploited for realtime linear shift-invariant processing of 2-D imagery with acoustooptic devices: (1) space coordinate-to-temporal frequency conversion, and (2) time-integration spectral analysis.
The device that effects it is known as a Bragg reflector, a Bragg deflector, or a Bragg cell. Bragg cells have found numerous applications in photonics.
This chapter is devoted to their properties. A simple theory of the optics of Bragg reflectors is presented for linear, nondispersive media. image processing, general and adaptive signal processing, tomographic transformations, optical switches, neural networks, optical computing, and much more.
The applications of acousto-optics are extremely rich as is the theory. In this paper we present the underlying mathematical formalism describing acousto-optic eﬀects. In addition, we present. Summary: Describes the underlying theory behind acousto-optic devices, including many of the principles and design formulas used by research engineers in their device designs.
It illustrates the design process with numerical examples and references to pertinent literature. Field Theory of Acousto-Optic Signal Processing Devices (Artech House Optoelectronics Library) Jun 1, by Craig Scott Hardcover.
Multiport AO cells are useful in three-dimensional optical processing of two variables, such as frequency and phase. The performance of AO devices is limited by ef5iciency-bandwidth aperture tradeoffs which limit time bandwidths to approximately 10 for most practical devices. theory and methods of signal processing Tunable Acousto-Optic Filter for the – and – nm Spectral Range V.
Batshev, A. Machikhin, A. Kozlov. An acousto-optic modulator (AOM) is a device which can be used for controlling the power of a laser beam with an electrical drive signal. It is based on the acousto-optic effect, i.e. the modification of the refractive index of some crystal or glass material by the oscillating mechanical strain of a sound wave (photoelastic effect).
From the Publisher Develops the underlying theory of acousto-optics from first principles, formulating results suitable for subsequent calculations and design. Special attention is given to design procedures for the entire range of acousto-optic devices and a wide variety of applications for these devices is also described.
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This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.ACOUSTO-OPTIC CELL SPATIAL LIGHT MODULATORS The advantages of optical systems, based on the use of acousto-optic cells for processing either analog or digital signals, may be summarized as a combination of high throughput, a small volume relative to competing rf systems, and low power consumption.The best-selling Distributed Sensor Networks became the definitive guide to understanding this far-reaching technology.
Preserving the excellence and accessibility of its predecessor, Distributed Sensor Networks, Second Edition once again provides all the fundamentals and applications in one complete, self-contained source. Ideal as a tutorial for students or as research material for engineers.