# wave optics. wave optics wave fronts (surfaces of constant action) are orthogonal to rays (a)...

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• Wave Optics
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• Wave Optics wave fronts (surfaces of constant action) are orthogonal to rays (a) spherical wave, (b) plane wave (c) dipole wave, (d) dipole wave @ larger distance
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• Wave Optics basic phenomena: reflection, refraction
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• Wave Optics polarization circular linear eliptic linear from circular eliptic from circular linear y linear x unpolarized circular Stokes Parameters projection reflection refraction
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• Gaussian Beams basic relations Solution to the wave equation: in Fresnel approximation
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• Gaussian Beams wave fronts near the focus Radius of curvature Wave fronts: /2 phase shift relative to spherical wave
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• Gaussian Beams transmission through optical components: basics Basic relations: Matrix optics for Gaussian beams
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• Gaussian Beams transmission through optical components: examples Ray optics limit: (z-f)>>z 0 Beam focusing: lens at waist For z 0 >>f Example:beam expander
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• Gaussian Beams higher order beams Hermite-GaussianBessel Beams
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• Wave Optics diffraction, interference
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• Diffraction circular aperture
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• Fresnel Diffraction Fresnel lensEdge diffraction
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• Babinets Principle application of the superposition principle non diffracted field= diffracted field + complementary field Circular stop Circular aperture
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• Wave Optics interferomteres Multi path IFM
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• Fourier Optics
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• Wave Optics multiple beam interference

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