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Laser beam profile measurements using spatial sampling, Fourier optics, and holography

Eric Gunnar Johnson

Laser beam profile measurements using spatial sampling, Fourier optics, and holography

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Published by Dept. of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in [Washington] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Laser beams -- Measurement,
  • Holography

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    StatementEric G. Johnson, Jr., Electromagnetic Technology Division, National Engineering Laboratory, National Bureau of Standards
    SeriesNBS technical note ; 1009, NBS technical note -- 1009
    ContributionsNational Engineering Laboratory (U.S.). Electromagnetic Technology Division
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 86 p. :
    Number of Pages86
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14847321M

    From a collimated input beam, the output beams exit from the diffractive. optical element with an intensity (relative to the incident beam) and a separation angle. determined during the design of the element based on a customer’s system requirements. The two sample beams, located to the left and right of the main beam (+1 and -1 orders) are. This compact and cost-effective dual-mode microscope weighs only grams (sample of interest using a beam-splitter. Optical interferometry is a powerful tool for measuring and characterizing areal surface topography in precision manufacturing. A variety of instruments based on optical interferometry have been developed to meet the measurement needs in various applications, but the existing techniques are simply not enough to meet the ever-increasing requirements in terms of accuracy, speed, robustness, and.


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Laser beam profile measurements using spatial sampling, Fourier optics, and holography / By Eric Gunner Johnson and National Engineering Laboratory (U.

reference beam to produce time-varying spatial frequencies on the object. Synchronized intensity measurements are made using a single-pixel detector, and four-step phase-shifting is adopted in. A laser beam of wavelength λ = nm after passing through spatial filtering (SF) assembly and collimation reaches beam splitter BS1 and subsequently splits into two arms.

The beam reflected by the BS1 is tilted by a mirror M1 and then focused by a microscope objective (20 ×, NA ) at the off-axis location of the random scattering plane represented by ground glass by: 4.

Now that you know what you want to measure, let’s see how you can make that measurement. All profilers measured beam width, but they don’t all measure the same way: Scanning slit profilers use a clever mechanism to take tiny samples of the laser beam through its narrow slit.

This produces a one-dimensional profile. The beam’s characteristics may be required near the output of the laser, at some considerable distance from the laser after it has been collimated or focused, or simply at some distance after the beam has left the laser cavity as a “ray beam.” The Fourier optics techniques and calculations presented in this chapter assume a non-turbulent.

One of the earliest methods of measuring laser beams electronically was using a mechanical scanning device. This usually consists of a rotating drum containing a knife-edge, slit, or pinhole that moves in front of a single element detector.

This method provides excellent resolution, sometimes to less than 1 µm. The measurement of the spatial or temporal intensity-and-phase profile of ultrashort pulses is now a standard procedure in ultrafast optics laboratories.

In many situations, however, separate spatial and temporal measurements are insufficient, and the measurement of the complete spatio-temporal dependence of the pulse is necessary.

A laser beam with wavelength λ 0 passes through an electro-optic modulator (EOM) driven by saw-teeth wave at frequency Ω / 2 π, and separated into two by a polarizing beamsplitter (PBS). Thus there is an angular frequency offset Ω between the reflecting beam and the transmitting beam.

The sample beams were produced by displaying the LG mode patterns using a special coding technique. 12,13 Examples of beams with corresponding hologram patterns are shown in Figure 2. And Figure 3 (a) depicts measured and fitted beam diameters as a function of the SLM lens focal length programmed for a Laguerre-Gaussian beam LG 21 (method A).

The location of the measurement plane relative to the laser source along the z-axis is important to the type of beam-profile measurements being made and the information that can be derived about the beam the laser, known as the optical near-field, the beam is dominated by a disordered wavefront and the beam profile can change as it propagates along the z-axis, so many beam.

Profile of Semiconductor Lasers and the Spot Size of Tightly Focused Laser Beams from Far-Field Measurements Jeffrey L. Guttman and John M. Fleischer Photon Inc. Santa Teresa Blvd., San Jose, CA 7th International Workshop on Laser Beam and Optics. Measurement of Temperature Profile around Textile Conductive Yarn using Digital Holography.

Pramod Sankara pillai, Shilpi Agarwal, Bipin Kumar, R. Alagirusamy, Apurba Das, and Chandra Shakher. M4B.6 Digital Holography and Three-Dimensional Imaging (DH) View: PDF. The SG-II laser facility includes eight laser beams (Fig.

1) in two bundles and a multifunctional beam (the ninth beam). The time synchronization among laser beams is within 10 ps root-mean-square (RMS). The Lab allows daily visits from p.m.

- p.m. Please contact Wei Jia, if you are interested. Plenary Session. Holography: Rediscovery, Development and Beyond Francis T. COMPONENTS Spatial Filter Arrangement Beam Splitter Mirrors Laser Source (wavelength nm, 15mw) CCD Camera (× pixel with each micrometer) 5 6.

DIGITAL HOLOGRAPHY METHOD 6 BEAM SPLITTER SF1 L1 M3 CCD SF2 LASER M1 M2 WOOD SAMPLE Back > > > > > > > 7. Most laser beams are Gaussian, though in certain cases it can be beneficial to have a non-Gaussian irradiance profile. Gaussian beams have a decrease in their symmetric irradiance profiles as the distance from the center of the laser beam cross-section increases.

Flat top, or top hat, beams have a constant irradiance profile through the cross-section of the laser beam (Figure 1). Some applications. A double-pulsed laser beam with a wavelength of nm illuminated a falling (in the y direction) coal particle field, and the holograms were recorded by.

The spatial sampling in the hologram plane (X,Y)=(np x,mp y) where (m;n)∈(–M/2,+M/2–1; –N/2,+N/2–1) has to be taken into account, with N, M the number of pixels along, respectively, the x and y direction and p x, p y the pixel pitch of the sensor. High-precision laser beam shaping using a binary-amplitude spatial light modulator Jinyang Liang,1,* Rudolph N.

Kohn, Jr.,2 Michael F. Becker,1 and Daniel J. Heinzen2 1Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TexasUSA 2Department of Physics, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TexasUSA. Laser Beam Analysis technology is used to measure the attributes of a laser beam in order to test its usefulness or compatibility for different laser applications.

Laser Beam Analysis includes devices such as profiler systems that evaluate data from beam images to provide information such as beam location, peak intensity position, stability, or.

Digital holography using the two-wavelength method is reviewed here. First, interference fringes are captured with two wavelengths λ 1 and λ 2, holograms are obtained from the interference fringes with the Fourier transform method.

28,29) Reconstruction images are obtained with a light propagation 30) calculation based on the angular spectrum method. 31) The reconstruction. Holographic Gratings for Beam Steering Geometrical Optics.

Lidar Processing Inertial Measurement Units Microscanning of Lidar Images for Improved Sampling Range Measurement Processing Nyquist Sampling a Range Profile Threshold, Leading Edge, and Peak Detectors Range Resolution, Precision, and Accuracy Fourier Transforms Developing 3D Maps from.

This text provides all the basic information needed to research, develop, and design beam shaping systems. It includes sections on: diffraction theory, geometrical optics, shaping element design, beam profile measurement technology with applications and techniques for lossless beam shaping.4/5(1).

An experimental setup for CW THz reflective off-axis digital holography for covered object profile measurement was shown in Fig. 1(a). The THz source was an optical pumped far-IR gas laser (FIRLEdinburgh Instrument). Its central wavelength is μ m ( THz), and the maximum power is mW.

Two off-axis parabolic mirrors (PM) were. Using geometrical optics techniques, it is shown that an f/20 plano-convex lens is an appropriate choice for the focusing element.

For two arbitrarily chosen laser beam profiles the errors associated with the choice of this lens are discussed through the use of computed far-field and focal. Gaussian Beam Optics Gaussian Beam Optics In most laser applications it is necessary to focus, modify, or shape the laser beam by using lenses and other optical elements.

In general, laser-beam propagation can be approximated by assuming that the laser beam has an ideal Gaussian intensity profile, which corresponds to the theoretical TEM   Search the leading research in optics and photonics applied research from SPIE journals, conference proceedings and presentations, and eBooks Spatial carrier color digital speckle pattern interferometry for absolute three-dimensional deformation measurement Holography, Speckle Pattern Interferometry, and Micro/Nano Manufacturing and.

Optical vortex beam generation was demonstrated using a meta-reflectarray with an azimuthally varied phase profile.

The vortex beam generation has high efficiency over λ = nm. The use of dielec. resonators in place of their plasmonic counterparts could pave the way for ultraefficient metasurface-based devices at high frequencies.

A laser beam profile is produced to identify spatial characteristics that predict the propagation, quality, and utility of a laser beam.

These spatial characteristics include beam width, divergence and direction. Laser beam profiling is important for manufacturers of products that utilize lasers as the core technology. The laser beam is attenuated by a half-wave plate and a polarizing beam splitter. The laser pulse energy is measured by inserting an photodetector (EPM with J sensor, Coherent Inc., Santa Clara, CA, USA) into the beam path immediately before the beam enters the side port of the inverted microscope (IX, Olympus America, Center Valley, PA, USA).

In laser holography, the hologram is recorded using a source of laser light, which is very pure in its color and orderly in its composition. Various setups may be used, and several types of holograms can be made, but all involve the interaction of light coming from different directions and producing a microscopic interference pattern which a plate, film, or other medium photographically records.

Laser application for precision measurements By H.J. Tizianil) 1. Introduction The laser was introduced and the holographic inter­ ferometry At first. holography and holographic inter ferometry were thougth to be the answer to most of the problems in optical metrology especially for deformation and vibration analysis.

based on the Fourier holography, is shown in Fig. 3 [4]. Here, a cw Ar+ - ion laser 1 provides a continuous, linearly polarized, single transverse and longitudinal mode beam of wavelength λ= µ m.

A shutter 2 creates a pulse with controlled duration. A beamsplitter 3 divides the beam into. The beam width is the single most important characteristic of a laser beam profile.

At least five definitions of beam width are in common use: D4σ, 10/90 or 20/80 knife-edge, 1/e 2, FWHM, and DThe D4σ beam width is the ISO standard definition and the measurement of the M² beam quality parameter requires the measurement of the D4σ widths. The wavefront measurement for a single angle of illumination can provide only partial information of the 3-D specimen; thus, one can has to perform tomographic measurement in conjunction with the wavefront measurement.

Typically, a collimated laser beam is used and its angle of incidence onto the sample is varied by rotating the sample or.

Adaptive optics (AO) is a technology used to improve the performance of optical systems by reducing the effect of incoming wavefront distortions by deforming a mirror in order to compensate for the distortion.

It is used in astronomical telescopes and laser communication systems to remove the effects of atmospheric distortion, in microscopy, optical fabrication and in retinal imaging systems. Laser beam complex amplitude measurement by phase diversity “Independent phase and amplitude control of a laser beam by use of a single-phase-only spatial light modulator,” Opt.

Lett. 29, – (). to measure high spatial frequencies, the sampling. Coded aperture correlation holography (COACH) is a recently developed 3D-imaging technology. It began as a regular in-line, two-beam interference holography and has evolved into an interferenceless technique based on a working principle entirely different from techniques of conventional holography.

A fiber optic spatial filter assembly for laser diffraction particle sizing apparatus utilizing a laser to generate a monochromatic light beam which is coupled to an optical fiber operating substantially in a monomode and creating a beam of light having a high degree of spatial coherence which is then passed through collimating lenses to interrogate and impinge upon the particles of matter.

Optics - Optics - Optics and information theory: A new era in optics commenced in the early s following the impact of certain branches of electrical engineering—most notably communication and information theory.

This impetus was sustained by the development of the laser in the s. The initial tie between optics and communication theory came because of the numerous analogies that exist.Modeling the free space propagation of laser beams using Fourier transforms.

Ask Question Asked 6 years, 3 months ago. Can you cite an article or book? $\endgroup$ – DaP May 24 '17 at Browse other questions tagged optics laser fourier-transform or ask your own question.where λ is the wavelength, n is the refractive index and N.A.

is the numerical aperture of the objective lens (Abbe, ; Ditchburn, ).These equations are based on the beam profile of a focused plane wave. With reference to Eqs. 1 and 2, for high‐resolution optical microscopy, it is clearly advantageous to use the full numerical aperture of the lens.