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One-dimensional apodization of light beams by the optimized quasi-Gaussian profiles in potential application to lighting the acousto-optical cells with appreciable linear acoustic losses
ALEXANDER SHCHERBAKOV
DANIEL SANCHEZ LUCERO
ANA VIRGINIA HANESSIAN DE LA GARZA
ABRAHAM LUNA CASTELLANOS
EDUARDO TEPICHIN RODRIGUEZ
SANDRA ELOISA BALDERAS MATA
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Acousto-optics
Linear acoustic waves
Linear acoustic attenuation
Dynamic range of optical system
Crystalline acousto-optical cell
Gaussian profile
Light beam apodization
The most significant problems of determining the dynamic range of new acousto-optical spectrometers and processors for astrophysical applications are under discussion. In so doing, two factors governing the dynamic range of these acousto-optical systems are chosen for the investigations. At first, the influence of the acoustic attenuation along large-aperture acousto-optical cells on the desired levels of lobes in a focal plane of the integrating lens as analyzed, and then potential capabilities of exploiting the incident light beam apodization for increasing the dynamic range of those acousto-optical systems are considered theoretically and within preliminary experiments.
Instituto Nacional de Astrofísica, Óptica y Electrónica
2012
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