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New method for designing the stigmatically imaging gradient-index lenses of spherical symmetry

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Abstract

The general solution presented here yields smooth, continuous, and monotonic refractive-index profiles for Luneburg–Morgan lenses with a boundary index of N > 1. The new formula incorporates an original apparent-immersing method as well as the continuous-deflection-function concept recently developed by one of the authors for the description of waveguide lenses.

© 1992 Optical Society of America

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