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  1. E. Hartfield, Laser Focus 9, 47 (August1973).
  2. N. Gramenopoulos, E. Hartfield, Appl. Opt. 11, 2778 (1972).
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E. Hartfield, Laser Focus 9, 47 (August1973).

A. Brameley, Appl. Opt. 12, 2780 (1973).

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E. Hartfield, Laser Focus 9, 47 (August1973).

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Fig. 1

Rotating diffraction grating laser beam scanner.

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Fig. 2

Percent distortion vs scan position. (a) Rotating diffraction grating (λ = 0.5145 μm). (b) Rotating mirror scanner.

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Fig. 3

Rotating grating scanner using single grating.

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Fig. 4

Grating disk giving four scan lines per 360° and a 100% duty cycle.

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θ = sin 1 ( 2 λ d sin α ) ,
l = f tan [ sin 1 ( 2 λ d sin α ) ] .
[ tan θ ( 2 λ d ) α ] / ( 2 λ d α ) ,
tan [ sin 1 ( 2 λ d sin α m ) ] = 2 λ d α m .
α m = ± [ csc 2 α m ( 2 λ d ) 2 ] 1 / 2 .

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