Abstract

An electromechanical shutter has been developed which will modulate the light flux from a variety of sources in response to an electrical input at frequencies up to 100 cps. Feedback assures a linearity of 0.6% and, in addition, maintains a constant output in spite of fluctuations in source intensity.

© 1965 Optical Society of America

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