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Higher-order kinoforms

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Joseph C. Marron, Daniel K. Angell, Anthony M. Tai

Environmental Research Institute of Michigan (USA)

Proc. SPIE 1211, Computer and Optically Formed Holographic Optics, 62 (May 1, 1990); doi:10.1117/12.17930
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  • Computer and Optically Formed Holographic Optics
  • Ivan Cindrich; Sing H. Lee
  • Los Angeles, CA | January 14, 1990

abstract

Several arguments are made for using higher-order, rather than first-order, kinoforms for producing low f-number diffractive lenses. It is shown that improved efficiency can be achieved with higer-order kinoforms when the f-number of the lens is very low. A procedure for the fabrication of higher-order kinoforms is also presented.

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Joseph C. Marron ; Daniel K. Angell and Anthony M. Tai
"Higher-order kinoforms", Proc. SPIE 1211, Computer and Optically Formed Holographic Optics, 62 (May 1, 1990); doi:10.1117/12.17930; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.17930


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