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Optical Design of a Laser Scanning System Stable Against Wavelength and Temperature Variations
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 Title & Authors
Optical Design of a Laser Scanning System Stable Against Wavelength and Temperature Variations
Kim, Da Ae; Lee, Jong-Ung;
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 Abstract
The characteristics of an optical system vary depending on wavelength and ambient temperature. Based on the thin-lens approximation, we investigate the conditions for stabilizing an optical system against wavelength and temperature variations at the same time. The conditions are applied to designing a laser scanning system consisting of two lenses. The change in the effective focal length of the scanning system against wavelength and temperature variations is very small, as expected.
 Keywords
Optical system design;Stabilized optical system;Laser scanning system;Achromatization;Athermalization;
 Language
Korean
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