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FREQUENCY SELECTIVE COUPLING TO THE FM LASER
1.The conceptual and theoretical portions of this work were conducted at Stanford University and were supported by the Aeronautical Systems Division of the United States Air Force under Contract AF 33(657)‐11144. The experimental portion was conducted at Sylvania and was supported by the Research and Technology Division of the United States Air Force under Contract AF 33(615)‐2884 and by the Sylvania Independent Research and Development Program.
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