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BPN642: 10 MHz Optical Phased Array Metrology and Control

Project ID BPN642
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Start Date Wed 2011-Aug-17 12:47:06
Last Updated Wed 2013-Aug-14 10:59:30
Abstract Very fast optical beam steering and wave front correction can be achieved by employing phased arrays of lightweight High Contrast Grating (HCG) MEMS mirror etalons. The etalons provide a large phase shift for a small displacement, 100x more than traditional reflective mirror elements. Operating such etalon arrays requires exquisite control of the MEMS mirror displacements. Our aim is to use in-situ stroboscopic interferometric imaging of the etalons to ensure phase accuracy and combat long term-drift, while employing feed-forward electrical input shaping to achieve fast settling time and precise phase tracking in a power-efficient way.
Status Continuing
Funding Source DARPA
IAB Research Area Physical Sensors & Devices
Researcher(s) Mischa Megens
Advisor(s) Dave A. Horsley, Ming C. Wu
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