Effect of the dynamic characteristics of adaptive mirrors on the efficiency of compensation for atmospheric distortions
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In calculations of the efficiency of adapative systems for atmospheric paths, no consideration is usually given the dynamic properties of the wave-front correctors or of the automatic control system as a whole. The present article examines a self-consistent problem of dynamic compensation for atmospheric distortions by means of an adaptive mirror controlled by piezoelectric drives.
KeywordsControl System Present Article Dynamic Characteristic Automatic Control Dynamic Property
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