Fibre-Optic Scrambler for Homogeneous Laser Illumination.

A fibre-optic based system for effective scrambling at speeds far higher than the resonant frequency of the electroactive transducer

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Tech Overview.

Unwanted speckle and interference make homogeneous laser illumination hard to achieve over a short mescale
With existing fibre-optic mode scramblers homogenisation requires mescales of the order of milliseconds, whereas some applications require exposure mescale of the order of microseconds.

Researchers at the University of Birmingham have developed a fibre-optic based system for effective scrambling at speeds far higher than the resonant frequency of the electroactive transducer.

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