Why don't the laser beams shooting between linked CENTAURI devices interfere with each other?

Modified on Tue, 28 Sep 2021 at 01:04 PM

While the lasers that make up the link between two Centauri devices travel very close together, they are also directional. To help maintain focus and separation, the aperture that receives the beam on either end of the link also has a very narrow field of view. CENTAURI's proprietary tracking and alignment systems also contribute to link stability.

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