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Holographically Generated Lens

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Abstract

A holographic lens has been made that utilizes some of our earlier work on holographic aberration correction [ J. E. Ward, D. C. Auth, and F. P. Carlson, Appl. Opt. 10, 896 ( 1971)]. The lens properties are obtained by interferometrically recording a plane wave and a pinhole generated spherical wave. The theoretical analysis is followed by the results of the Ronchi lens test, Fourier transformation of a grating, and imaging of a test picture.

© 1974 Optical Society of America

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