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30 October 2001 Design and analysis of an elliptical Gaussian laser beam shaping system
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Geometrical methods have been used to design two-mirror laser beam shaping systems with rectangular symmetry and no central obscuration. These systems are able to transform an input laser beam with an elliptical cross section and a two-axis Gaussian irradiance profile into a rectangularly symmetric output beam with uniform irradiance. The optical design software ZEMAX has been used for modeling and performance analysis of these systems.
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David L. Shealy and Shao-Hua Chao "Design and analysis of an elliptical Gaussian laser beam shaping system", Proc. SPIE 4443, Laser Beam Shaping II, (30 October 2001); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.446751
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