Abstract

Brewster telescopes are useful for anamorphic image formation or for anamorphic beam compression. With an array of micro-Brewster telescopes a wide uniform beam can be compressed into many beams of a smaller diameter. Thus arrays of microprisms might form an array of micro-Brewster telescopes, which can be used as array illuminator.

© 1989 Optical Society of America

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