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Microsoft Word - Document1

Microsoft Word - Document1

…as scatter or noise, lowering measurement accuracy. And with passively cooled laser diodes, wavelength drifts cause changes to the Cylinder lens arrays are a cost effective way to transform Gaussian beams into a more uniform intensity distribution with virtually no optical loss. Essentially,…

Efficient-Transformation-of-Gaussian-Beams-into-Uniform-Rectangular-Intensity-Distributions FORMFIRST.pdf

Efficient-Transformation-of-Gaussian-Beams-into-Uniform-Rectangular-Intensity-Distributions FORMFIRST.pdf

…distribution. Figure 2. Two configurations of cylndical lens arrays. Cylindrical lens arrays are most frequently employed for homogenizing Excimer lasers, which have a rectangular output beam that is well-matched to this approach. These types of arrays can also be used with round, Gaussian beams but…

Efficient-Transformation-of-Gaussian-Beams-into-Uniform-Rectangular-Intensity-Distributions FORMFIRST.pdf

Efficient-Transformation-of-Gaussian-Beams-into-Uniform-Rectangular-Intensity-Distributions FORMFIRST.pdf

…distribution. Figure 2. Two configurations of cylndical lens arrays. Cylindrical lens arrays are most frequently employed for homogenizing Excimer lasers, which have a rectangular output beam that is well-matched to this approach. These types of arrays can also be used with round, Gaussian beams but…

Microsoft Word - Document1

Microsoft Word - Document1

…as scatter or noise, lowering measurement accuracy. And with passively cooled laser diodes, wavelength drifts cause changes to the Cylinder lens arrays are a cost effective way to transform Gaussian beams into a more uniform intensity distribution with virtually no optical loss. Essentially,…

IndyStar DS

IndyStar DS

Lens TL1 D Telescope Lens TL2 E Telescope Lens TL3 F Homogenizer Array (LAH1) G Homogenizer Array (LAH2) H Condenser Lens (CLLA) I Homogenizer Array (SAH1) J Homogenizer Array (SAH2) K Condenser Lens (CLSA) L Field Lens (FL) M Slit Mask N CCD Camera Alignment Tool O Field Curvature Correction Lens

IndyStar DS

IndyStar DS

Lens TL1 D Telescope Lens TL2 E Telescope Lens TL3 F Homogenizer Array (LAH1) G Homogenizer Array (LAH2) H Condenser Lens (CLLA) I Homogenizer Array (SAH1) J Homogenizer Array (SAH2) K Condenser Lens (CLSA) L Field Lens (FL) M Slit Mask N CCD Camera Alignment Tool O Field Curvature Correction Lens

IndyStar DS

IndyStar DS

Lens TL1 D Telescope Lens TL2 E Telescope Lens TL3 F Homogenizer Array (LAH1) G Homogenizer Array (LAH2) H Condenser Lens (CLLA) I Homogenizer Array (SAH1) J Homogenizer Array (SAH2) K Condenser Lens (CLSA) L Field Lens (FL) M Slit Mask N CCD Camera Alignment Tool O Field Curvature Correction Lens

Microsoft Word - Document1

Microsoft Word - Document1

…as scatter or noise, lowering measurement accuracy. And with passively cooled laser diodes, wavelength drifts cause changes to the Cylinder lens arrays are a cost effective way to transform Gaussian beams into a more uniform intensity distribution with virtually no optical loss. Essentially,…

Efficient-Transformation-of-Gaussian-Beams-into-Uniform-Rectangular-Intensity-Distributions FORMFIRST.pdf

Efficient-Transformation-of-Gaussian-Beams-into-Uniform-Rectangular-Intensity-Distributions FORMFIRST.pdf

…distribution. Figure 2. Two configurations of cylndical lens arrays. Cylindrical lens arrays are most frequently employed for homogenizing Excimer lasers, which have a rectangular output beam that is well-matched to this approach. These types of arrays can also be used with round, Gaussian beams but…

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