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Laser Scanning Notebook
Author(s): Leo Beiser
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Book Description

Laser Scanning Notebook is an outgrowth of research, lecture notes, publication and consultative service conducted by the author over an approximately 30-year period. Highly compacted, it merits prerequisite orientation to fundamentals in optics, electronics, mechanics, and physics.

Book Details

Date Published: 1 November 1992
Pages: 24
ISBN: 9781510625389
Volume: PM13

Table of Contents
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Preface
Introduction; Classifying scanning systems (1-3/91) / 1
Classes of scanning systems and characteristics (2-5/91) / 2
Angularly scanned resolution (3-6/91) / 3
Augmentation of scanned resolution (4-7/91) / 4
Examples of determination of resolution (5-8/91) / 5
The acousto-optic deflector (6-9/91) / 6
Vibrational mirror deflectors (7-10/91) / 7
The polygon scanner (8-11/91) / 8
Design of a polygon laser scanner (9-12/91) / 9
Holographic scanning: fundamentals (10-1/92) / 10
Holographic scanning: configurations (11-2/92) / 11
Objective optics: design considerations (12-3/92) / 12
Anamorphic cross-scan error reduction (13-4/92) / 13
Cross-scan error reduction - alternatives; Double-reflection, Internal (14-5/92) / 14
Cross-scan error reduction: Double-reflection, external (15-6/92) / 15
Bragg angle cross-scan error reduction (15-6/92) / 15
The electro-optic (gradient) deflector (16-7/92) / 16
Laser beam modulation (17-8/92) / 17
Intercavity scanning (18-9/92) / 18
Aperture relaying, iteration and scan amplification (19-10/92) / 19
Summary (20-11/92) / 20

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