Abstract

Techniques are described for the construction of a holographic lens for focusing a collimated beam to a point. The lens is constructed in the visible for use in the near infrared. A major problem is to eliminate aberrations that result from the shift between the wavelength of construction and of use.

© 1987 Optical Society of America

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