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Modeling Phase and Amplitude Errors in Optical Phased Arrays and Comparison to Measurement

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We model optical phased arrays. Random intensity errors minimally affect the beam. Random phase errors (Δϕ <0.3×2π) substantially affect the beam power but only minimally the beam width. Systematic errors in the splitters are also investigated.

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