31 May 1994 Nonreciprocal optical systems with phase-conjugating mirrors: the new class of optical imaging systems
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The basic principles of nonreciprocal optical systems with phase -conjugating mirrors design and their main properties are presented. Such system can form high quality images by means of telescope with distorting large primary mirror. The demands to quality of the mirror are hundreds of times less strict, than for the common type telescope. Several different realizations of such systems were investigated experimentally and numerically.
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Alexey Leshchev, Alexey Leshchev, Vladimir G. Sidorovich, Vladimir G. Sidorovich, Michael V. Vasil'ev, Michael V. Vasil'ev, Vladimir Yu. Venediktov, Vladimir Yu. Venediktov, Guerman A. Pasmanik, Guerman A. Pasmanik, } "Nonreciprocal optical systems with phase-conjugating mirrors: the new class of optical imaging systems", Proc. SPIE 2201, Adaptive Optics in Astronomy, (31 May 1994); doi: 10.1117/12.176028; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.176028
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