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2020
Volume: 49 Issue 2
36 Article(s)

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Investigation of AFM tip characterization based on multilayer gratings
Ziruo Wu, Yanni Cai, Xingrui Wang, Longfei Zhang, Xiao Deng, Xinbin Cheng, and Tongbao Li
Atomic force microscope(AFM) is one of the main instruments in the microscale and nanoscale measurement area. Since the AFM tip can′t be infinitely sharp, the shape of the tip is included in AFM image. This is a big source of image distortion. To obtain the shape and dimensions of tip is an effective method to remove t
Infrared and Laser Engineering
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.49 Issue, 2 213001 (2020)
Characterization of nanofilm parameters based on hybrid optimization algorithm
Lihua Lei, Xinyin Zhang, Junjie Wu, Zhiwei Li, Qiang Li, Na Liu, Zhangning Xie, Yuqing Guan, and Yunxia Fu
In order to obtain accurate nano-film parameters in the ellipsometry measurement process, a hybrid optimization algorithm for nano-film parameter data processing was proposed. An Improved Particle Swarm Optimization-Neural Network(IPSO-NN) hybrid optimization algorithm has been proposed, based on the features of artifi
Infrared and Laser Engineering
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.49 Issue, 2 213002 (2020)
Detector array target calibration system based on point-by-point scanning
Fengfu Tan, Zhigang Huang, Silong Zhang, Laian Qin, Zaihong Hou, Qiong Gao, and Hu Liu
Infrared and Laser Engineering
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.49 Issue, 2 213003 (2020)
Measurement method of glass thickness and refractive index based on spectral interference technology
Yuanyuan Zhao, Zuojiang Xiao, and Xu Liang
Infrared and Laser Engineering
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.49 Issue, 2 213004 (2020)
[in Chinese]
Large aperture fast steering mirror servo system based on model predictive control
Haotian Sun, Fujia Du, and Zhiyong Zhang
In order to meet the requirement of precision image stabilization system for ground-based large aperture telescopes, the control method of large aperture fast steering mirror(FSM) was studied. For the sake of solving the difficulty of system identification caused by motion decoupling of three actuator driven FSM, the t
Infrared and Laser Engineering
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.49 Issue, 2 214001 (2020)
Structural optimization design of large-aperture mirror for space remote sensing camera
Chaojie Zhang, Xinghua Xi, Yongxian Wang, Junqing Zhu, and Yingjun Guan
In order to satisfy the stringent requirement for high surface shape accuracy and thermal stability of large-aperture mirrors in the complex space environment, a lightweight design for a Φ660 mm-diameter mirror was carried out. A method for creating the initial structure of the mirror using the classical theoretical fo
Infrared and Laser Engineering
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.49 Issue, 2 214002 (2020)
Comparison of back supporting structure and side supporting structure of space mirror manufactured by silicon carbide in cryogenic environment
Sheng Li, Bin Fan, Weigang Wang, and Kang Li
In the design of mirror and its supporting structure in cryogenic environment, the surface accuracy under the temperature variation is an important factor affecting the performance of the space mirror. The surface shape RMS under the temperature change was taken as the performance index, and the surface shape variation
Infrared and Laser Engineering
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.49 Issue, 2 214003 (2020)
Effect and compensation mechanism of field stop in telescopic super-resolution imaging
Ming Wei, Chao Wang, Yingchao Li, Qiang Fu, Zhuang Liu, Haodong Shi, Guanlin Li, and Huilin Jiang
According to the theory of diffractive optics, the imaging quality influence mechanism of the diffraction effect of the field stop for the field of view selection and side lobes filtering in the pupil function modulated modulation telescope telescopic super-resolution imaging was analyzed, and the compensating principl
Infrared and Laser Engineering
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.49 Issue, 2 214004 (2020)
[in Chinese]
Environmental adaptability analysis and performance optimization of space-borne infrared detector assembly
Shuangshuang Zhu, Yang Wu, Peng Zou, Shanshan Cui, Qiang Hu, Zhenhai Liu, Zhenwei Qiu, and Jin Hong
In order to meet the space application requirements of the low-level infrared detector assembly in the high reliability field, environmental reliability tests, such as temperature cycling test, mechanical test and high temperature aging test had been carried out on the space-borne infrared detector assembly. Meanwhile,
Infrared and Laser Engineering
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.49 Issue, 2 204001 (2020)
Simulation of image geometric distortion of missile-borne IR linear image with large filed of view
Chao Shang, and Baoguo Chen
Serious geometric distortion in IR linear scanning image will affect the tactical efficiency of patrol missiles, which is generated from high speed maneuvering, large filed of view(LFOV), pendulum scanning of the missile-borne image. The strict imaging model was constructed by converting the pixel serial numbers of inf
Infrared and Laser Engineering
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.49 Issue, 2 204002 (2020)
Quantification modeling for environmental complexity under point source infrared decoy interference
Deqing Niu, Youli Wu, Yang Xu, and Rui Xu
In order to identify anti-jamming performance of the infrared missile, the infrared countermeasure environment need to be quantitatively evaluated. However, most of the current models analyzed the missile′s anti-jamming performance from the terminal miss distance, couldn′t reflect the response of each module of the mis
Infrared and Laser Engineering
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.49 Issue, 2 204003 (2020)
Modeling and analysis of aircraft full-chain imaging characteristics in the sea surface and clouds from a space-based platform
Hang Yuan, Xiaorui Wang, Ying Yuan, Weiguo Zhang, and Bingtao Guo
The air target has the following characteristics: high-speed maneuver, strategic deep penetration and long-range precision strike. Building wide-area, high-efficiency, accurate detection and continuous monitoring for air targets has become a new challenge for air target detection. In view of the optical detection requi
Infrared and Laser Engineering
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.49 Issue, 2 204004 (2020)
[in Chinese]
Theoretical investigation on optically pumped THz fiber laser based on negative curvature hollow-core fiber
Guo Zhang, Shuai Sun, Yao Zhang, Quan Sheng, Wei Shi, and Jianquan Yao
Infrared and Laser Engineering
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.49 Issue, 2 205001 (2020)
Design and analysis of uitra-narrow filter of Rayleigh lidar
Fei Han, Hengjia Liu, Dongsong Sun, Yuli Han, Nannan Zhang, Jiaqi Chu, Anran Zhou, Shan Jiang, Yuanzu Wang, and Jun Zheng
The solar background radiation seriously reduces the signal to noise ratio of the lidar detection, and affects the detection height and accuracy of lidar system during the daytime. In order to obtain the relevant parameters of the middle atmosphere all time, an ultra-narrow band filter used on all time detection was de
Infrared and Laser Engineering
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.49 Issue, 2 205003 (2020)
Generation of linear frequency modulation laser source with broadband narrow linewidth using optical phase modulator
Mengmeng Xu, Yu Zhou, Jianfeng Sun, Zhiyong Lu, Chenzhe Lao, Hongyu He, and Yuexin Li
Infrared and Laser Engineering
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.49 Issue, 2 205004 (2020)
System-level spectral responsivity calibration comparison and validation of supercontinuum laser and monochromator
Chenyu Xie, Wenchao Zhai, Jianjun Li, Fang Gao, Yue Li, Haoyu Wu, and Xiaobing Zheng
The spectrally-resolved scanning calibration is an important technique to satisfy the high accuracy spectral radiometric calibration of remote sensors. The calibration facility based on supercontinuum laser and monochromator(SCM) is a new choice to realize spectrally-resolved scanning calibration of remote sensors. To
Infrared and Laser Engineering
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.49 Issue, 2 205005 (2020)
Research on 3D range reconstruction algorithm of Gm-APD lidar based on matched filter
Le Ma, Wei Lu, Peng Jiang, Di Liu, Penghui Wang, and Jianfeng Sun
The peak-picking method which is commonly used in Gm-APD laser radar 3D reconstruction always gets the wrong target position when there is an abnormal peak, and the reconstructed image has low signal-to-noise ratio and target missing because the threshold can only be integer. To solve these problems, a weighted Gaussia
Infrared and Laser Engineering
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.49 Issue, 2 205006 (2020)
Characterization of polycrystalline graphene based CVD by laser polarization Raman
Shuai Meng, Qifeng Yao, Qiankun Zhang, Haisha Niu, and Lianqing Zhu
Graphene has excellent physical and chemical properties, and has become a research hotspot in the fields of MEMS devices, photoelectric detection materials, flexible display screens, new energy batteries and composite materials. At present, the preparation of large area graphene mainly depends on chemical vapor deposit
Infrared and Laser Engineering
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.49 Issue, 2 205007 (2020)
Influence of the filter in feedback loop on the operation of the nuclear magnetic resonance gyroscope
Hongchang Zhao, Xiang Zhan, Qiyuan Jiang, Zhiguo Wang, and Hui Luo
Infrared and Laser Engineering
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.49 Issue, 2 205008 (2020)
Calibration method of MMS laser scanner using hybrid regular geometric surfaces
Tian′en Chen, Dong Wang, and Fengying Liu
Infrared and Laser Engineering
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.49 Issue, 2 205009 (2020)
Simulation of water optical property measurement with shipborne lidar
Xiaojuan Kong, Bingyi Liu, Qian Yang, and Zhongping Li
As an important instrument for optical observation in the water, lidar is able to efficiently obtain vertical profiles of ocean optical properties. Based on the airborne lidar model of Gordon (1982) for measuring water optical property, the processes of shipborne lidar radiative transfer and distribution of underwater
Infrared and Laser Engineering
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.49 Issue, 2 205010 (2020)
[in Chinese]
Small hyperspectral imagers and lidars and their marine applications
Sailing He, Xiang Chen, Shuo Li, Xinli Yao, and Zhanpeng Xu
Ocean is an important part of the earth′s ecological environment. Exploration and exploitation of marine resources may easily cause serious damage to ocean, such as large-scale oil spill, pollution and red tide caused by oil and gas exploitation. Hyperspectral imaging technology can obtain both image information and sp
Infrared and Laser Engineering
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.49 Issue, 2 203001 (2020)
Deblurring methods for underwater 2D and 3D range-gated imaging
Xinwei Wang, Liang Sun, Minmin Wang, Yuqing Yang, and Yan Zhou
Compared with traditional underwater cameras, the detection distance of underwater range- gated imaging can be increased by 2-3 times. Furthermore, based on this technology, fast high-resolution 3D imaging can be achieved. It has great potentials in underwater target detection and recognition, automatic navigation, mar
Infrared and Laser Engineering
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.49 Issue, 2 203002 (2020)
Temporal and spatial methods in ocean optical systems
Yufan Zhang, and Jing Xu
Ocean optical systems have played an increasingly important role in ocean exploration, development and monitoring. Underwater wireless optical communication and underwater lidar are two types of ocean optical systems that are rapidly developing and have good application prospects. Underwater wireless optical communicat
Infrared and Laser Engineering
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.49 Issue, 2 203003 (2020)
Model of underwater target laser scanning detection based on undershoot distance
Kun Zhong, Wei Su, Bo Peng, Shaling Huang, and Zhongyun Li
Infrared and Laser Engineering
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.49 Issue, 2 203004 (2020)
Development of an underwater spectral imaging system based on LCTF
Hong Song, Qixin Wan, Chaopeng Wu, Yichun Shentu, Wenxin Wang, Ping Yang, Wenjuan Jia, Hongzhi Li, Hui Huang, Hangzhou Wang, and Shuyue Zhan
Infrared and Laser Engineering
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.49 Issue, 2 203005 (2020)
Optical OFDM spatial diversity system in lognormal fading UVLC channels
Hongyan Jiang, Hongbing Qiu, Ning He, Yue Wu, Ahmad Zahir, and Rajbhandari Sujan
Underwater visible light communication (UVLC) is an attractive solution to achieve high-speed and large-data transmission but challenging due to the impairments induced by absorption, scattering and turbulence. To combat effects of multipath and fading for the UVLC system over turbulence channels, optical orthogonal fr
Infrared and Laser Engineering
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.49 Issue, 2 203008 (2020)
Research on high precision detection of seawater absorbance
Qingsheng Xue, Jitao Lu, Qian Sun, Xiaoning Luan, and Fupeng Wang
UV-Vis (Ultraviolet and visible) spectrometry was used to measure the absorbance of seawater with different concentrations relative to pure water. In order to meet the requirements for high-precision detection of seawater absorbance, the inherent background signal of the instrument and the difference between the sample
Infrared and Laser Engineering
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.49 Issue, 2 203010 (2020)
Wide angle volume scattering function measurement methods for particles in water
Yilu Guo, Bangyi Tao, Haiqing Huang, Chaofan Wu, Hong Song, and Jianxing Leng
A system for measuring the volume scattering function of water with particles was built, helping the laser and the detector to avoid the shading of each other that causes the reduce of detection angle. A set of double-periscopic optical system was used to separate the detection plane of scattering plane from laser exit
Infrared and Laser Engineering
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.49 Issue, 2 203011 (2020)
Underwater target detection under strong scattering medium using improved dark channel method
Tianquan Liang, Xiaoyun Zhang, Peng Duan, Huishan Yu, Baohua Zhang, and Qingxin Tang
For the problems of image quality degradation in underwater scene target detection, an algorithm which combined the improved dark channel with MSR was proposed, which could adaptively compute water attenuation coefficient and effectively realize the recovery of underwater target. Through the built-in underwater imaging
Infrared and Laser Engineering
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.49 Issue, 2 203012 (2020)
Performance of underwater wireless optical communication system in Gamma Gamma strong oceanic turbulence with pointing error
Yuqing Fu, Qi Duan, and Lin Zhou
The impact of Gamma Gamma strong oceanic turbulence and pointing error on the average bit error rate(BER) and outage probability of a heterodyne differential phase-shift keying(DPSK) underwater wireless optical communication(UWOC) system with an aperture receiver was investigated. The optical intensity fluctuation due
Infrared and Laser Engineering
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.49 Issue, 2 203013 (2020)
[in Chinese]
Pulsar TOA estimation based on wavelet transform and compressed sensing
Sihai You, Hongli Wang, Lei Feng, Yiyang He, and Qiang Xu
Infrared and Laser Engineering
  • Publication Date: Jan. 01, 1900
  • Vol.49 Issue, 2 226001 (2020)