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Frequently Asked Questions

The small deformable mirror is designed to reduce speckle and unwanted interference effects when using lasers and partially coherent sources of illumination.

The deformable mirror achieves speckle reduction through phase randomization, which generates sequences of uncorrelated effects over the integration period of the sensor.

The deformable mirror offers advantages such as better speckle reduction performance, higher speed, improved optical efficiency, enhanced electrical efficiency, smaller size, and easier manufacturability compared to moving diffusers and shaking fibers.

Various applications can benefit from using the small deformable mirror, including semiconductor wafer inspection microscopy, thermal infrared sensor calibration systems, holographic displays, interferometry, and microscopy.

Yes, the small deformable mirror can be used with different types of lasers, including visible and infrared lasers, to reduce speckle and unwanted interference effects.

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