23 August 1996 Broadband imaging with diffractive optical elements: MTF calculation must consider parasite orders contribution
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The corrective features of diffractive optics, as well as their ability to reduce costs, weight, size of conventional optical systems, show the great potentiality of these optics. In this field, the main application carried out by SFIM ODS is the chromatic aberration correction for high quality imaging systems particularly in the infrared range. In section II, Basic properties of the surface relief Diffractive Optical Element are presented. Then, section III-IV discuss about hybrid optics, optical design and complementary analysis. Finally we present design and experimental results in sections V-VI.
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Francois Houbre, Francois Houbre, Francoise Cau, Francoise Cau, G. Narcy, G. Narcy, Pierre H. Chavel, Pierre H. Chavel, } "Broadband imaging with diffractive optical elements: MTF calculation must consider parasite orders contribution", Proc. SPIE 2774, Design and Engineering of Optical Systems, (23 August 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.246658; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.246658
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