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Experimental verification of combinational-deformable-mirror for phase correction
Guilin Liu1;2, Huafeng Yang1;3, Changhui Rao1, Yudong Zhang1, Wenhan Jiang1
1[Institute of Optics and Electronics, Chinese Academy of Sciences], Chengdu 610209

2[Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Sciences], Beijing 100039

3College of Optoelectronics Science and Engineering, [National University of Defense Technology], Changsha 410073

Chin. Opt. Lett., 2007, 05(10): pp.559-562-4

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Topic:Atmospheric and oceanic optics
Keywords(OCIS Code): 010.1080  220.1000  230.0230  

Abstract
In adaptive optics (AO) system, the phase compensation capability is limited greatly by the actuator number of the deformable mirror (DM). The actuator number of DM is mainly restricted by the manufacture techniques. The spatial correction capability of AO system can be improved by two or more combinational-DMs (CDMs) with conjugation relationship. The CDM AO system for wavefront correction is built, which consists of two 32-element DMs. The experimental results are in agreement with the numerical simulation results. It is indicated that the CDM AO system provides better correction performance than the single 32-element DM AO system.

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Received:2007/4/3
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Get Citation: Guilin Liu, Huafeng Yang, Changhui Rao, Yudong Zhang, Wenhan Jiang, "Experimental verification of combinational-deformable-mirror for phase correction," Chin. Opt. Lett. 05(10), 559-562-4(2007)

Note: G. Liu's e-mail address is liuguilin119@163.com.



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