5 November 2010 The design of nonsymmetrical optical system in the detection of laser echo
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A solution of the nonsymmetrical optical system to collect laser echo light is presented, which is based half on imaging optics and half on non-imaging optics. The difficulty in the design of the large field and large aperture optical system used to collect the laser echo is analyzed, and the influence of the aberration and cylindrical lens to the system is illuminated. The whole system is initially designed by CODE V, and the transmittance of system is analyzed by LightTools. The result shows that the transmittance of any interested direction is more than 80%, and the system is feasible in practice.
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Hongbo Xie, Hongbo Xie, Lin Han, Lin Han, Fulin Li, Fulin Li, Renmin Gong, Renmin Gong, Honglang Yu, Honglang Yu, } "The design of nonsymmetrical optical system in the detection of laser echo", Proc. SPIE 7849, Optical Design and Testing IV, 784904 (5 November 2010); doi: 10.1117/12.868911; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.868911
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