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Experience with wavefront sensor and deformable mirror interfaces for wide-field adaptive optics systems.

Basden, A. G. and Atkinson, D. and Bharmal, N. A. and Bitenc, U. and Brangier, M. and Buey, T. and Butterley, T. and Cano, D. and Chemla, F. and Clark, P. and Cohen, M. and Conan, J.-M. and de Cos, F. J. and Dickson, C. and Dipper, N. A. and Dunlop, C. N. and Feautrier, P. and Fusco, T. and Gach, J. L. and Gendron, E. and Geng, D. and Goodsell, S. J. and Gratadour, D. and Greenaway, A. H. and Guesalaga, A. and Guzman, C. D. and Henry, D. and Holck, D. and Hubert, Z. and Huet, J. M. and Kellerer, A. and Kulcsar, C. and Laporte, P. and Le Roux, B. and Looker, N. and Longmore, A. J. and Marteaud, M. and Martin, O. and Meimon, S. and Morel, C. and Morris, T. J. and Myers, R. M. and Osborn, J. and Perret, D. and Petit, C. and Raynaud, H. and Reeves, A. P. and Rousset, G. and Sanchez Lasheras, F. and Sanchez Rodriguez, M. and Santos, J. D. and Sevin, A. and Sivo, G. and Stadler, E. and Stobie, B. and Talbot, G. and Todd, S. and Vidal, F. and Younger, E. J. (2016) 'Experience with wavefront sensor and deformable mirror interfaces for wide-field adaptive optics systems.', Monthly notices of the Royal Astronomical Society., 459 (2). pp. 1350-1359.

Abstract

Recent advances in adaptive optics (AO) have led to the implementation of wide field-of-view AO systems. A number of wide-field AO systems are also planned for the forthcoming Extremely Large Telescopes. Such systems have multiple wavefront sensors of different types, and usually multiple deformable mirrors (DMs). Here, we report on our experience integrating cameras and DMs with the real-time control systems of two wide-field AO systems. These are CANARY, which has been operating on-sky since 2010, and DRAGON, which is a laboratory AO real-time demonstrator instrument. We detail the issues and difficulties that arose, along with the solutions we developed. We also provide recommendations for consideration when developing future wide-field AO systems.

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Status:Peer-reviewed
Publisher Web site:http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/mnras/stw730
Publisher statement:This article has been accepted for publication in Monthly notices of the Royal Astronomical Society ©: 2016 The Authors Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the Royal Astronomical Society. All rights reserved.
Date accepted:24 March 2016
Date deposited:06 May 2016
Date of first online publication:30 March 2016
Date first made open access:No date available

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