Abstract

In ring laser gyros (RLGs), dynamic lock-in, which results from information loss in the lock-in region, occurs when a constant sine bias is introduced. However, sampling some signals in the lock-in region for a particular duration allows the retrieval of lost information. It is demonstrated how dynamic lock-in and the flat region in the input-output curve near the zero angle rate can be eliminated after compensation.

© 2012 Chinese Optics Letters

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