Elements of modern optical design by Donald C. O'Shea

By Donald C. O'Shea

A textbook for common optical layout that treats lasers, modulators, and scanners as a part of the layout procedure. strikes from the easiest thoughts in optics to a uncomplicated knowing of ray tracing in optical structures, the elements of these structures, and the method during which a layout is produced. beneficial properties various difficulties, examples, and figures.

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If the geometric spot is several times larger , then the lens performance is controlled by the geometric spot size for most applications. 21 RAPID ESTIMATION OF LENS PERFORMANCE Singlet Figure 39 is a nomogram that allows quick estimation of the performance of a single refracting lens, with the stop at the lens, as a function of refractive index N , dispersion V , F-number, and field of view θ . 37 FIGURE 38 Fish-eye: The Hill Sky lens was manufactured by Beck of London in 1924. The lens has moderate resolution and enormous distortion characteristic of this type of lens.

19 INVERTED OR REVERSE TELEPHOTO LENSES A reverse telephoto lens has a telephoto ratio greater than unity and exhibits a shorter focal length than its overall length, a larger bfl than is provided by normal lenses of the same efl , lenses with generally large apertures and wide fields of view, and lens elements of physically larger size that allow easier manufacture and handling. The basic configuration has a large negative lens located in front of a positive objective lens. Since the negative lens makes the object appear closer to the objective lens, the resultant image moves beyond the focal point, thereby making the bfl greater than the efl.

Table 2 contains the prescription of the lens. 1505 (left of the lens). For this selection, the coma and tangential astigmatism will be zero since the slope of the curve is zero and an inflection point is located at this stop position. Figure 15 shows the astigmatic field curves which clearly demonstrate the flat tangential image field for all field angles. Other aberrations cannot be controlled and must consequently be tolerated. When this lens is used at F / 11, the angular blur diameter is less than 300 ␮radians.

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