Abstract

A methodology is presented for producing a Gabor zone plate by using a binary transmittance function that is distributed on the surface of the plate. The measured optical properties of such both radially and azimuthally be in agreement with those of the idealized Gabor plate that possesses a radially sinusoidal a plate are shown to transmittance function.

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