Abstract

We present a matrix formalism to describe the near-field diffraction pattern, at fractions of a Talbot distance, of a grating whose unit cell is composed of a discrete substructure. We show that this formalism is useful for designing Lohmann array illuminators.

© 1995 Optical Society of America

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