Determination of Acousto-Optic Spatial Filters Diffracted Light at Zeroth-Order Using MATLAB Analysis
This paper uses MATLAB to present the fundamentals of acousto-optics, including theory and applications. The implementation details of any acousto-optics algorithm are inaccessible, and some software is employed to process acousto-optics filters. Our research focuses on developing software to solve the coupled equations in Bragg diffraction by developing a MATLAB function for use in the Bragg regime and acoustic-optic spatial filtering, and primarily using the MATLAB programme to solve the problem. For high-pass spatial filtering, we look at the role of acousto-optic and spatial filtering. Acoustic-optic interactions are defined as the scattering of photons into higher and lower orders by energetic phonons. Diffraction in the Bragg regime is described by standard weak interaction theory as the propagation of a uniform plane wave of light through a uniform plane wave of sound, yielding the well-known first- and zeroth-order diffraction. We look into Raman-Nath diffraction, which is related to near-Bragg diffraction. The Bessel function dependence is illustrated by a result that illustrates the dependence of various scattered orders on the incidence angle/Bragg angle.
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Elham Jasim Mohammad
Mustansiriyah University, Collage of Science, Physics Department, Baghdad, Iraq.
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