Wave Front Sensing and Correction Using Spatial Modulation and Digitally Enhanced Heterodyne Interferometry
This thesis is about light. Specifically it explores a new way sensing the spatial distribution of amplitude and phase across the wavefront of a propagating laser. It uses spatial light modulators to tag spatially distinct regions of the beam, a single diode to collect the resulting light and digitally enhanced heterodyne interferometry to decode the phase and amplitude information across the wavefront. It also demonstrates how using these ...[Show more]
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