# Optimal Design Based on Closed-Loop Fusion for Velocity Bandwidth Expansion of Optical Target Tracking System

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## Abstract

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## 1. Introduction

## 2. Closed-Loop Fusion Framework

#### 2.1. Basic Principle of Fusion

#### 2.2. Closed-Loop Fusion Scheme

#### 2.3. Closed-Loop Fusion Design

## 3. Inertial Sensors Fusion Experiment

#### 3.1. Optical Tracking Experimental Platform

#### 3.2. Transfer Function of MEMS Gyro and Compensation Technique

#### 3.3. Transfer Function of MEMS Accelerometers and Compensation Technique

#### 3.4. Closed-loop Fusion Experiment of MEMS Gyro and MEMS Accelerometers

#### 3.5. Velocity Closed-Loop Control Experiment Based on Fusion signal

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- Use the gyro to realize the inertial stability loop of the system to improve the stability of the system.
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- The position detector realizes the position tracking loop to ensure the tracking performance of the system.

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## 4. Conclusions

## Author Contributions

## Funding

## Conflicts of Interest

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**Figure 4.**The result of multiplying two transfer functions when cut-off frequency differ greatly: (

**a**) Low-pass product results; (

**b**) High-pass product results.

**Figure 10.**The frequency characteristic of MEMS accelerometers (PSD as reference sensor, one integration).

**Figure 16.**The frequency characteristics of OTT based on MEMS gyro: (

**a**) The resonance response of platform; (

**b**) the open-loop frequency response of platform.

**Figure 17.**The frequency characteristics of OTT based on closed-loop fusion with optimal design: (

**a**) The resonance response of platform; (

**b**) The open-loop frequency response of platform.

**Figure 18.**The system control result based on closed-loop fusion with optimal design: (

**a**) The frequency response of open-loop; (

**b**) the frequency response of closed-loop.

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