Acoustooptic signal processing
theory and implementation 481 Pages
 1983
 2.72 MB
 8802 Downloads
 English
M. Dekker , New York
Acoustooptical devices., Integrated optics., Acoustics., Optics., Signal proces
Statement  edited by Norman J. Berg, John N. Lee. 
Series  Optical engineering ;, v. 2, Optical engineering (Marcel Dekker, Inc.) ;, v. 2. 
Contributions  Berg, Norman J., 1940, Lee, John N., 1944 
Classifications  

LC Classifications  TA1770 .A225 1983 
The Physical Object  
Pagination  xv, 481 p. : 
ID Numbers  
Open Library  OL3504451M 
ISBN 10  0824716671 
LC Control Number  82024865 



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7 AcoustoOptic Devices INTRODUCTION Spatial light modulators form the interfaces between electrical and optical systems. In Chapter 4 we described several twodimensional spatial light modulators whose inputs are either  Selection from Optical Signal Processing [Book].
signal processing and frequency shifting of light beams. This is due to the increasing availability and performance of lasers, which have made the acoustooptic effect easier to observe and measure.
Technical progress in both crystal growth and high frequency piezoelectric transducers has brought valuable benefits to acoustooptic components'.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Acoustooptic signal processing. New York: M. Dekker, © (OCoLC) Online version: Acoustooptic signal processing. Designed as both a seniorlevel undergraduate or firstyear graduatelevel textbook and a reference for professionals working in the field, Optical Signal Processing begins with a clear, methodical look at the fundamentals of optical signal processing, forming a firm foundation for a discussion of the field's everevolving technological by: Booktopia has AcoustoOptic Signal Processing, Theory and Implementation, Second Edition by Berg.
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Introduction. Optics has had a very long and full history, from ancient Greece, through the renaissance and modern times. As with optics, acoustics has a history of similar duration, again starting with the ancient Greeks.
In contrast, the acoustooptic effect has had a relatively short history, beginning with Brillouin predicting the diffraction of light by an acoustic wave, being propagated. An indispensable treatment of optical signal processingnow in a convenient paperback edition This introduction to optical signal processing offers an unparalleled look at its underlying theory and selected processing applications.
Designed as both a seniorlevel undergraduate or firstyear graduatelevel textbook and a reference for professionals working in the field, Optical Signal. This book describes the underlying theory behind acoustooptic devices, and illustrates the design process with numerical examples and references to pertinent literature.
It offers coverage of the fundamentals of acoustooptic interaction theory as well as a discussion of surface wave devices and many of the basic acoustooptic devices. Book Review: Acoustooptic signal processing: Fundamentals and applications.
Pankaj K. Das and Casimer M. DeCusatis Artech House,ISBNpp. xii£72 Authors. Book Rvw: AcoustoOptic Signal Processing: Fundamentals and Applications. By Pankaj K. Das and Casimer M. DeCusatisAuthor: Mark D. McNeill.  Buy AcoustoOptic Signal Processing: Theory and Implementation, Second Edition: 51 (Optical Science and Engineering) book online at best prices in India on Read AcoustoOptic Signal Processing: Theory and Implementation, Second Edition: 51 (Optical Science and Engineering) book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified : Berg.
10 Analog Optical Information Processing. Historical Background. Coherent Optical Information Processing Systems. The VanderLugt Filter. The Joint Transform Correlator. Application to Character Recognition. Image Restoration. AcoustoOptic Signal Processing Systems.
Discrete Analog Optical Processors. A laser beam pointed at the crystal will be partially diffracted at an angle roughly proportional to the wavelength of the RF signal, and the result is a realtime Fourier transform of the radio signal.
This book describes the design considerations for acoustooptic devices, including materials, transducers, geometry, principles of operation. Devices and systems based on acoustooptic interaction have played and continue to play a major role in various types of optical information processing.
While applications involving SLMs are abundant, large highresolution 2D displays still present a challenging problem and large 3D displays with sizable viewing angles remain formidable.
Revised and updated, this second edition first explains heuristically the physics of acoustooptics before presenting the mathematics of the formal theory. The material is integrated to illustrate and promote the development of new ideas, concepts, theories, inventions and devices. The text also offers sections on the NearBragg regime and curved sound wave fronts, coverage of the numerical.
Beginning with the second half of the book, special emphasis is given to processing wide bandwidth signals in real time by using acoustooptic technology. Complete with detailed study problems that test the limits of students' knowledge, this comprehensive text forms a complete onevolume account of the theory and applications of optical signal 2/5(1).
A comprehensively revised version of the authors' earlier book Principles of Applied Optics, Contemporary Optical Image Processing with MATLAB brings out the systems aspect of optics.
This includes ray optics, Fourier Optics, Gaussian beam propagation, the splitstep beam propagation method, holography and complex spatial filtering, ray theory. This introduction to optical signal processing offers an unparalleled look at its underlying theory and selected processing applications.
Beginning with the second half of the book, special emphasis is given to processing wide bandwidth signals in real time by using acoustooptic technology.
TripleProduct Processing. Crossed Brand: Wiley. Acoustooptical apparatus for determining the chip rate of a pseudorandom sequence of by: 4. This paper overviews some of the uses of acoustooptic technology, especially those using surfaceacousticwave (SAW) devices in the areas of radar and communication signal processing.
Two areas are covered: (1) Fourier transformation, including spectrum analysis, and (2) convolution and : N.
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Berg, M. Casseday, I. Abramovitz, J. Lee. This chapter addresses the principles, architectures and performance of acoustooptic correlator systems.
Two specific applications which might benefit from these devices are considered, namely spreadspectrum signal processing and lidar ambiguityfunction : R. Bowman, P. Gatenby, R. Sadler. Novel acoustooptic processors for control and signal processing in phasedarray antennas are presented. These processors can operate in both the antenna transmit and receive modes.
Signal Processing Using Optics Book Summary: Ideal for seniorlevel undergraduate and first year graduate students in electrical engineering and applied physics as well as practicing engineers and scientists, this accessible text also includes problem exercises, selected hints and solutions, extensive references, and MATLABbased modeling.An acoustooptic 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 acoustooptic 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).At this date, the acoustooptic interaction was only a pleasant laboratory experimentation.
The only application was the measurement of constants and acoustic coefficients. The laser invention has led the development of acoustooptics and its applications, mainly for .




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