Concentration and collimation of diffuse linear light sources

Davidson, N.; Friesem, A.A.
January 1993
Applied Physics Letters;1/25/1993, Vol. 62 Issue 4, p334
Academic Journal
Presents an approach for collimating diffuse linear light sources based on free-space optics. Estimation of diffraction limited angles; Attribution of chromatic aberrations to holographic optical elements; Monochromatic and coherence properties of isotropic output beam.


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