Abstract

The influence that the width of an intermediate slit has on the incoherent modulation optical transfer function of two identical systems coupled by a slit placed in the image plane of the first system is studied. The special case of a double-pass parabolized Ebert monochromator is considered in detail.

© 1994 Optical Society of America

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