Short-wave infrared adaptive optics and applications

Short-wave infrared adaptive optics and applications

Authors

Raf Vandersmissen

 

Abstract

In this article, we introduce adaptive optics and focus on the advantages of using (short-wave) infrared cameras in wavefront sensing. We also highlight some key applications in astronomy, laser communication, biological imaging microscopy and retinal imaging in combination with optical coherence tomography. We conclude with the key performance parameters of SWIR cameras used in adaptive optics applications

 

 

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