Abstract

The elliptical beam of a laser diode is collected by a circular aperture decentered with respect to the beam. The fractional optical power collected is calculated and measured as a function of the decentered distance, beam size, and aperture size. The calculation results agree well with the measurement results. An application example of the results is described.

© 1997 Optical Society of America

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