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Abstract.This is a list of reviewers who served the Journal of Optical Microsystems in 2021.
Abstract.Guest editor Yuzuru Takashima introduces the Special Section on MEMS Lidar.
Abstract.High performance distributed Bragg reflectors (DBRs) are key elements to achieving high finesse MEMS-based Fabry–Pérot interferometers (FPIs). Suitable mechanical parameters combined with high contrast between the refractive indices of the constituent optical materials are the main...
Abstract.Lens-assisted beam steering (LABS) has emerged as a promising solution for compact chip-based optical beam steering for light detection and ranging (LiDAR) applications. In a LABS system, light is steered within an integrated optical chip and emitted at a desired location. This emitted...
Abstract.We present the design and system integration of a hybrid MEMS scanning mirror (MSM) array developed for real-time three-dimensional imaging with a panoramic optical field of view (FOV) of 360 deg × 60 deg (horizontal × vertical). The pulsed time-of-flight light detection and...
Abstract.In many applications, there is a great demand for reliable, small, and low-cost three-dimensional imaging systems. Promising systems for applications such as automotive applications as well as safe human robotic collaboration are light detection and ranging (lidar) systems based on the...
Abstract.Piezoelectrically actuated resonant micromirrors were designed to meet the light detection and ranging (LiDAR) system requirements. Key features were a 3-mm mirror aperture, a 40-deg field of view, and a 50-Hz refresh rate. The presented micromirror provides biaxial symmetrical beam...
Abstract.We describe the verification of a long-range one-dimensional (1D) scanning micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) lidar specifically considering the robustness against external vibration influences. The 1D scanning MEMS lidar exploits a multichannel horizontal line laser to scan the...
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