Abstract

Experiments demonstrating traveling-wave electro-optic beam deflection with ~1-nsec time resolution are described. The deflector exploits the focusing interaction between a light beam and a voltage pulse propagating in a strip transmission line filled with KD*P.

© 1979 Optical Society of America

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