Abstract

In this paper, we describe the reflection and transmission of a normally incident Bessel–Gauss beam upon a flat and non-absorbing dielectric interface and use such results to develop an original method based on Bessel–Gauss beam superposition capable of providing diffraction-resistant beams whose longitudinal intensity pattern can be modeled on demand even after crossing an arbitrary stratified dielectric structure.

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