26 December 2001 Image replication with diffractive structures
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Many techniques have been described in the literature for generating spot arrays from a single input beam. When such a device is used for image replication (IR), the finite field of view unavoidably introduces optical aberrations that reduce the fidelity of the replicated images. Fourier array generators offer a low-cost and flexible method of image replication with lower optical aberrations than other methods and aberrations that are sufficiently low for replication of extended images. Using multicriteria optimization, two-dimensional Fourier array generator-based optical systems can be designed with high diffraction efficiency and near-diffraction-limited imaging performance across an extended field of view.
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Andrew Robert Harvey, Andrew Robert Harvey, Douglas A. Payne, Douglas A. Payne, Mark A.G. Smith, Mark A.G. Smith, Maurice Stanley, Maurice Stanley, Christopher W. Slinger, Christopher W. Slinger, } "Image replication with diffractive structures", Proc. SPIE 4438, Physics, Theory, and Applications of Periodic Structures in Optics, (26 December 2001); doi: 10.1117/12.451478; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.451478


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