Abstract

An optical analysis is presented for the performance of an acoustooptic deflector illuminated by a slit-truncated Gaussian beam and operating in the linear FM mode. Effects of relatively small scan–time/access–time ratios and nonlinearity of the FM are considered.

© 1972 Optical Society of America

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