A Miniature Pockels Cell with Novel Electrode Geometry
AbstractThis paper discusses important elements of the Pockels sensing cell design. A novel electrode geometry is analyzed in order to obtain maximum sensitivity response from Pockels crystals (Bi12GeO20). This neither transversal nor truly longitudinal geometry, results in electrical field distribution along the sensing beam path that provides high modulation depth. Demonstrated performance level is in agreement with theoretical studies. Delta-sigma polarization detection method allows high linearity of the detector transfer function and measurement independent on laser intensity variations. Channel gain equalization process necessary for accurate delta-sigma normalization is provided by a walk off prism. View Full-Text
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Petricevic, S.J.; Mihailovic, P.; Radunovic, J. A Miniature Pockels Cell with Novel Electrode Geometry. Sensors 2009, 9, 5298-5307.
Petricevic SJ, Mihailovic P, Radunovic J. A Miniature Pockels Cell with Novel Electrode Geometry. Sensors. 2009; 9(7):5298-5307.Chicago/Turabian Style
Petricevic, Slobodan J.; Mihailovic, Pedja; Radunovic, Jovan. 2009. "A Miniature Pockels Cell with Novel Electrode Geometry." Sensors 9, no. 7: 5298-5307.