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Concave Mirror Measurement Using Transverse Translation Diverse Phase Retrieval

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Abstract

Surface topography of a concave, spherical mirror is measured using transverse translation diverse phase retrieval, an image-based wavefront sensing technique. Phase retrieval results show quantitative agreement with independent interferometric measurements of the same optic.

© 2017 Optical Society of America

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