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Ranging -- MSTAR

Published Technical Papers

S. Dubovitsky and Oliver P. Lay, "MSTAR: A high precision laser range sensor," NPO-30304, 2001, NASA patent pending

O. P. Lay, S. Dubovitsky, R. D. Peters, J. P. Burger, S.-W. Ahn, W. H. Steier, H. R. Fetterman, Y. Chang, "MSTAR: a submicrometer absolute metrology system," Opt. Lett., vol 28, no 11, June 2003, pp. 890-892.

Oliver P. Lay, Serge Dubovitsky, Robert D. Peters, Johan Burger, Seh-Won Ahn, William H. Steier, Harrold R. Fetterman, Yian Chang, "Absolute distance measurement with the MSTAR sensor," SPIE International Symposium on Optical Science and Technology, SPIE's 48th Annual Meeting, August 2003, San Diego, California USA.

MSTAR was featured in the September 2003 issue of SPIE's OE Magazine in the "Eye on Technology" section (pg. 8) See:

R. Peters, O. Lay, S. Dubovitsky, J. Burger, and M. Jeganathan, "Design considerations and validation of the MSTAR absolute metrology system," in Proc. SPIEVol. 5531: Interferometry XII: Techniques and Analysis, K. Creathand, J. Schmit, eds., 2004, pp. 32-43.








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