By Ting-Chung Poon
This necessary textbook serves reasons. the 1st is to introduce a few conventional themes akin to matrix formalism of geometrical optics, wave propagation and diffraction, and a few primary heritage on fourier optics. the second one is to offer the necessities of acousto-optics and electro-optics, and supply the scholars with adventure in modeling the idea and functions utilizing a frequent software program instrument MATLAB®. The ebook is predicated at the authors' personal in-class lectures in addition to researches within the area.
Readership: First-year/senior graudate scholars in engineering and physics; scientists and engineers prepared within the fundamentals of acousto-optics and electro-optics.
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15b) we can find the location of the second principal plane. By definition, a ray which enters the system parallel to the optical axis at the height x\ arrives the same height at the second principal plane. The ray is then bent at the second principal plane in such a way that it passes through the second focal point F2. Again, the convention for distances q, s, and/2 are that distances measured to the right of their planes (output plane and the second principal plane) are considered positive and to the left, negative.
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By definition, a ray which enters the system parallel to the optical axis at the height x\ arrives the same height at the second principal plane. The ray is then bent at the second principal plane in such a way that it passes through the second focal point F2. Again, the convention for distances q, s, and/2 are that distances measured to the right of their planes (output plane and the second principal plane) are considered positive and to the left, negative. 4-23) where the negative sign is included in the above equation as 92 < 0.