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International Journal of Nanomanufacturing

International Journal of Nanomanufacturing (IJNM)

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  • Distortion and Correction on Galvanometer Scanning Radar   Order a copy of this article
    by Xianyu Meng, Ya'nan Gao, Bing Jia, Qi Wang 
    Abstract: In order to verify the galvanometer scanning and obtain more accurate scanning effect. According to the scanning trajectory of x-y two-dimensional(2D) galvanometer scanning adopts theoretical analysis and matrix laboratory(matlab) software simulate, and then discusses the correction method of the scanning distortion graph. The coordinate transformation and software correction is proposed. A result which show software correction can make up for coordinate transformation with higher measurement accuracy.
    Keywords: galvanometer scanning;matlab;graphic distortion;coordinate transformation;software correction.