Abstract

A two-dimensional field that is a product of three Airy beams is proposed and investigated. It is shown that the Fourier image of this field has a cubic phase and a radially symmetric intensity with a super-Gaussian decrease. Propagation of the product of three Airy beams in a Fresnel zone is investigated numerically.

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