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12 July 2018 Test and control of new-generation optical fiber positioning units of LAMOST based on ZigBee network
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LAMOST is a horizontal reflex Schmidt telescope with a large field of view and large aperture. The installation of 5,000 fiber positioning units on a 1.5 m diameter focal panel requires a miniaturized design. This paper uses TI's CC2530 microcontroller and Allegro's A3888 driver chip, combined with ZigBee wireless communication technology, to complete the design of the drive of the fiber positioning unit, and related to the progress of the test, the experimental results meet the design requirements.
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Xiang Lu, Yuran Shen, Mingshan Yang, Xinyu Feng, Yonggang Gu, and Chao Zhai "Test and control of new-generation optical fiber positioning units of LAMOST based on ZigBee network", Proc. SPIE 10702, Ground-based and Airborne Instrumentation for Astronomy VII, 107029E (12 July 2018); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2313192
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