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The board you see here is responsible for driving the oscillation of both mirrors.
The chips on this board receive display information from the main board and ensure that the mirrors are oscillating at the correct frequency by receiving feedback signals from the optical sensors shown in the previous step.
An 8 MHz crystal soldered to the board is used for timing the oscillation of the mirrors.
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