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Bessel-like beams modulated by arbitrary radial functions

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An approximate method for determining the radial and axial intensity of a Bessel-like beam is presented for the general case in which a radial Bessel distribution of any order is modulated by an arbitrary function. For Bessel–Gauss, generalized Bessel–Gauss, and Bessel–super-Gauss beams, this simple approximation yields results that are very close to the exact values, while they are exact for Bessel beams. A practical beam that can be generated with a combination of simple lenses is also analyzed and illustrated.

© 2000 Optical Society of America

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