Abstract

The image of an incoherently illuminated disk is obtained by using Fourier–Hankel transform methods. Numerical calculations are presented for systems having optimum-balanced fifth-order spherical aberration as well as defocused aberration-free systems.

© 1965 Optical Society of America

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