Acousto-Optic Device

Acousto-Optic Device
Abbreviation: AOD

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  • Frequency comb — A frequency comb is the graphic representation of the spectrum of a mode locked laser. An octave spanning comb can be used for mapping radio frequencies into the optical frequency range or it can be used to steer a piezoelectric mirror within a… …   Wikipedia


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