Abstract

An aperture-scanning technique for determining a two-dimensional light distribution is described. Results are obtained by moving a wedge-shaped, knife-edge aperture and comparing measurements from adjacent scans. The scanning procedure described herein overcomes deficiencies inherent in alternative methods that use a two-dimensional detector array or one-dimensional motion of a knife-edge aperture.

© 1993 Optical Society of America

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