Abstract

Inverse Fourier transform has been used to derive the gradient-index profiles of inhomogeneous films having spectral requirements. Two examples are given, and the corresponding experimental designs are presented. Results show a good agreement with the theory and evidences the reliability of the technology used to produce inhomogeneous media.

© 1987 Optical Society of America

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