Abstract

An in-line additive acousto-optic architecture for very high speed (≈ 0.4 μs) two-dimensional, phased-array antenna beam scanning is introduced that uses only two independent analog scan control signals. Features include up to Ku band operation, intrapulse beam forming, and multiband, wide (2-GHz) tunable bandwidth capability.

© 1992 Optical Society of America

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