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12 September 2005 Characterization of computer I/O peripherals for use in adaptive optics
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Modern microprocessors are rapidly reaching performance levels that make them suitable for wavefront sensing and correction. This has the combined advantage of reducing system costs and a smaller footprint for the control system. These reductions have provided adaptive optics system designers with the capability of producing small form factor and low power system compared to just a few years ago. In recent work on the NRL portable adaptive optics system, our group has investigated implementing alternative computer peripherals for deformable and tip/tilt mirror control to support the low power low cost approach. This paper reports on characterization of several computer peripherals for use within adaptive optics systems with a focus on minimizing size, weight, cost and power consumption.
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Jonathan Andrews, Scott Teare, Sergio Restaino, Christopher Wilcox, and Don Payne "Characterization of computer I/O peripherals for use in adaptive optics", Proc. SPIE 5892, Free-Space Laser Communications V, 589222 (12 September 2005); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.649562
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