Abstract



Optical systems that satisfy the Abbe sine condition are known as aplanatic systems. The Abbe sine condition in its general form states that for this afocal case the mapping of the rays between the two wavefronts is not arbitrary, rather that the transformation between Cartesian coordinates xy defined on WFin and Cartesian coordinates x?y? defined on WFout, given by a funtion: x? = aoo (x,y) y¿= boo (x,y) must be linear. The term semiaplanatic refers to the systems in which only one of the above presented functions is linear, x? = mxx + lx and it can be viewed as a one dimensional Abbe sine condition. Here, we will first address a more general afocal design problem, in which the raytoray mapping between WFin and WFout, is such that a00 is a function of only x, and not necessarily linear.  
International

Si 
Congress

ES Optical design meeting 

960 
Place

Madrid, España 
Reviewers

Si 
ISBN/ISSN

00000000 


Start Date

23/03/2017 
End Date

23/03/2017 
From page

1 
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1 

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