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Dhakal and Vasudevan Lakshminarayanan 2. Cruz, Antonio Diez and Miguel V. Andres show more. About Taco Visser Taco D. He has published more than one hundred papers on various topics in optics, such as scattering, diffraction, waveguides, coherence theory, singular optics and surface plasmon polaritions. Next to his theoretical work he is also actively engaged in experiments in nano-optics. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.
Peterson, A. Tai, A. Klossler, K. Schroeder, R. Majewski, J. Abshier, and M. In Laser Radar II. Becherer R. Harney, eds. Proceedings of the SPIE Marcus, and B. Synthetic-aperture-radar imaging with a solidstate laser. Applied Optics 34 30 Applied Optics 39 9 Lucke, E. Funk, L. Rickard, and J.
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Tomlinson, and S. Proceedings of the 14th Coherent Laser Radar Conference Accessed June 27, Applying aperture synthesis techniques to the optical domain provides two significant advantages: 1 improved image acquisition time and 2 illumination efficiency. It is clear that this technology has the potential to be further developed and that it can provide additional benefits if it is combined directly with defensive systems.
Multi-function sensors seek to exploit the maximum information that a laser-based sensor can obtain by incorporating several functions into a single sensor e. Ideally these sensors utilize waveforms matched to the requirements of both the hardware e. Recent demonstrations 23 have achieved 7-millimeter mm -range resolution 0. Therefore, a multi-function system will enable practical, high-performance ladar remote sensing systems with scalable, reconfigurable.
Duncan, and M. Experimental demonstration of a stripmap holographic aperture ladar system.
Holographic aperture ladar. Jameson, J. Stafford, and A. Multi-transmitter aperture synthesis. Optics Express Buck, C. Ryan, D. Hwang, P. Kondratko, A. Malm, A. Gleason, and S. Zakel, B. Krause, and B. High-resolution 3D coherent laser radar imaging.follow link
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Multi-function coherent ladar 3D imaging with S3. This combined information set can provide an unprecedented ability to characterize targets with a single sensor and shows a possible path for the future development of more complex systems. The use of small-aperture modules can lead to revolutionary optical sensing and communications approaches, eliminating large, complex, and expensive apertures. As a result, the overall aperture array will be much shallower and will weigh much less than the monolithic system. Phased-array approaches will enable using optical apertures along the surface of a vehicle because of the shallow aperture depth.
Small, standard modules can enable responsive space, with an array of modules stored and ready to be configured and launched. Conformal and structural optical sensing and communications approaches i. RF systems already have conformal and structural weight-bearing RF apertures. A conformal array system is robust to element failure, which is important for system operation in hazardous environments.
In conformal systems, beam focusing and retargeting can be performed using fast control of wave-front phase tip and tilt at each conformal system sub-aperture. With conformal optical systems, atmospheric turbulence-induced phase distortions can be pre-compensated using adaptive optics AO elements that are directly integrated.
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Phased array of phased arrays PAPA laser systems architecture. Fiber and Integrated Optics 22 2 Weyrauch, L. Beresnev, G. Carhart, L. Liu, S.
Lachinova, and K. Adaptive array of phase-locked fiber collimators: Analysis and experimental demonstration. This enables the cost-effective integration of AO capabilities into conformal optical systems. Spatial heterodyne, a form of digital holography, is also being developed as a method of active imaging with high-resolution multiple sub-apertures and framing cameras. One of the developments that will make a difference in U. The U. The ability to watch everything all the time in a city improves the ability to do surveillance, especially when one can store the imagery and replay it at any time.
A number of wide-area-surveillance systems are being developed. One example is an airborne system developed in concert with the Philadelphia Police Department to show the value of such a system. When a woman got home from work she called the police to report that her house had been broken into during the day.
The police reviewed the imagery collected that day and could see someone enter and leave the house around p. They could trace the person who left the house to another house 8 blocks away. This imagery provided sufficient proof for a warrant to search the house to which the person was traced, and there the stolen goods were found and an arrest.
Laser beam projection with adaptive array of fiber collimators. Basic considerations for analysis. Journal of the Optical Society of America A Analysis of atmospheric compensation efficiency. Distributed aperture active Imaging. Jameson, A. Stokes, and J. Distributed aperture synthesis. Kendrick, N.