Abstract

A procedure for designing pupil functions for four-channel, three-channel, and two-channel syntheses of complex incoherent point-spread functions is presented. This procedure is then generalized for synthesis of multiple bipolar point-spread functions. Examples of pupil-function design for complex syntheses are also presented.

© 1987 Optical Society of America

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