Abstract

A 1 × 2 single-mode fiber-optic heterodyne array is presented that simultaneously measures the radial and angular Doppler velocities of a target. This heterodyne array also provides an amplitude-dependent error signal suitable for angular tracking.

© 1991 Optical Society of America

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