lab5 - ECE 415 EXPERIMENT NO. 5 ACOUSTOOPTICAL DEFLECTION...

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2/3/2011 7-1 ECE 415 EXPERIMENT NO. 5 ACOUSTOOPTICAL DEFLECTION AND MODULATION PURPOSE : To study the operation and characteristics of acoustooptic (AO) deflectors and modulators. REFERENCES : 1. C. L. Chen, , Irwin, (1996), Chapter 6. 2. R. Adler, "Interaction between light and sound," IEEE Spectrum , pp. 42-53, (May 1967). 3. D. T. Pierce and R. L. Byer, "Experiments on the interaction of light and sound for the advanced laboratory," Am. J. Phys ., Vol. 41, pp. 314-325, (1973). 4. J. F. Neeson and S. Austin, "Sound velocity and diffraction intensity measurements based on the Raman-Nath theory of the interaction of light and ultrasound," Am. J. Phys ., Vol. 43, pp. 984-986, (1975). 5. A. Yariv, Introduction to Optical Electronics , Chapter 12, (1976). (This book contains a list of various material parameters.) 6. R. Arnold, "Bragg Angle Measurement," Electro Optics , pp. 29-30 (Jan. 1983). (Attached) PROCEDURE : 1. Arrange the optical and electronic equipment as shown in Figure 1. A radio- frequency (RF) attenuator may be needed to ensure that the RF amplifier and the AO modulator are NOT overdriven. 2.
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