1 June 1989 Computer-Generated Microwave Kinoforms
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Optical Engineering, 28(6), 286599 (1989). doi:10.1117/12.7977007
Abstract
Reflective computer-generated holographic elements are used in a quasi-optical fashion to modify both the phase and polarization of a high power, coherent microwave beam. Theory and design for both one- and two-component systems are discussed along with some experimental results.
Neal C. Gallagher, Donald W. Sweeney, "Computer-Generated Microwave Kinoforms," Optical Engineering 28(6), 286599 (1 June 1989). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7977007
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