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Diffractive optics : design, fabrication, and test

Author: Donald C O'Shea; Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.; et al
Publisher: Bellingham, Wash. : SPIE Press, ©2004.
Series: Tutorial texts in optical engineering, v. TT 62.
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This book provides the reader with the broad range of materials that were discussed in a series of short courses presented at Georgia Tech on the design, fabrication, and testing of diffractive optical elements (DOEs). Although there are not long derivations or detailed methods for specific engineering calculations, the reader should be familiar and comfortable with basic computational techniques. This text is not a  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Donald C O'Shea; Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.; et al
ISBN: 0819451711 9780819451712
OCLC Number: 52766045
Description: xii, 241 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Contents: Preface --
Chapter 1. Introduction --
1.1 Where Do Diffractive Elements Fit in Optics? --
1.2 A Quick Survey of Diffractive Optics --
1.3 A Classic Optical Element: The Fresnel Lens --
1.4 Light Treated as a Propagating wave --
1.5 A Physical Optics Element: The Blazed Grating --
1.6 Fanout Gratings --
1.7 Constructing the Profile: Optical Lithography --
1.8 A Theme. Chapter 2. Scalar Diffraction Theory --
2.1 Rayleigh-Sommerfeld Propagation --
2.2 Fourier Analysis --
2.3 Using Fourier Analysis --
2.4 Diffraction Efficiency of Binary Optics --
2.5 Extended Scalar Theory --
2.6 Conclusion --
References. Chapter 3. Electromagnetic Analysis of Diffractive Optical Elements --
3.1 Scalar Limitations --
3.2 Plane-wave Spectrum Method --
3.3 Electromagnetic Diffraction Models --
Effective Media Theory --
References. Chapter 4. Diffractive Lens Design --
4.1 Basics of Lens Design --
4.2 Diffractive Optics Lens Design --
4.3 Efficiency of Multilevel Diffractive Lenses --
4.4 Hybrid Lenses --
References. Chapter 5. Design of Diffraction Gratings --
5.1 Introduction --
5.2 Design Approaches --
5.3 Design Variables --
5.4 Direct Inversion --
5.5 Iterative Design --
5.6 Conclusion --
References. Chapter 6. Making a DOE --
6.1 The Profile --
6.2 Photolithography: A Method for DOE Fabrication --
6.3 From Equation to Component --
6.4 Interplay between Fabrication and Optical Design --
6.5 Facilities and Substrates --
6.6 Fabrication of DOEs --
References. Chapter 7. Photolithographic Fabrication of Diffractive Optical Elements --
7.1 Photolithographic Processing --
7.2 Binary Optics --
7.3 Conclusion --
Reference. Chapter 8. Survey of Fabrication Techniques for Diffractive Optical Elements --
8.1 Lithographic Techniques --
8.2 Direct Machining --
8.3 Replication --
8.4 Comparison of Fabrication Methods for DOEs --
References. Chapter 9. Testing Diffractive Optical Elements --
9.1 Metrology --
9.2 Testing Optical Performance --
9.3 Effects of Fabrication Errors on DOE Performance --
References. Chapter 10. Application of Diffractive Optics to Lens Design --
10.1 Introduction --
10.2 Diffractive Lenses --
10.3 Hybrid Lenses --
10.4 Thermal Compensation with Diffractive Optics --
References. Chapter 11. Additional Applications of Diffractive Optical Elements --
11.1 Introduction --
11.2 Multiple Lens Applications --
11.3 Beam-Shaping Applications --
11.4 Grating Applications --
11.4.1 Beam deflectors, splitters, and samplers --
11.5 Subwavelength Gratings --
11.6 Integration and Modules --
11.7 Example Application Area: Optical Communications --
11.8 Conclusion --
References --
Index.
Series Title: Tutorial texts in optical engineering, v. TT 62.
Responsibility: Donald C. O'Shea ... [et al.].

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