Abstract

Electrical control optical delay lines1,2 are very important optoelectronic subsystems that can be used for many different applications. They can be used for phased-array antenna systems and provide a bank of fast reconfigurable true delays for antenna beam steering.

© 1998 Optical Society of America

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