Abstract

The low-order resonant modes of the stable and unstable aspherical resonators are studied by the Fox-Li method. An integral equation is given with which the effect of varying the aspherical cavity surface parameters on the field distribution, the energy loss and the intensity profile have been studied.

© 1988 Optical Society of America

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