1 June 2004 High tolerance to off-axis aberrations with a birefringent lens
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We report a systematic investigation on the imaging behavior of an optical system consisting of a lens made of a uniaxial birefringent crystal sandwiched between two linear polarizers with the introduction of prespecified off-axis aberrations such as astigmatism and coma. The intensity point spread function is used as the image assessment parameter. It has been shown that for a point object, the proposed system has higher tolerance to the presence of off-axis aberrations than an imaging system formed by an ordinary glass lens. Some specific cases are computed and illustrated graphically.
Sucharita Sanyal, Yoshimasa Kawata, S. Mandal, Ajay Ghosh, "High tolerance to off-axis aberrations with a birefringent lens," Optical Engineering 43(6), (1 June 2004). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.1737374
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