Non-Euclidean Ideal Spectrometry
We describe the mathematical scheme for an anomaly-free ideal spectrometer, based on a 2−dimensional plane medium with conical regions of bounded slope. Moreover, the construction may be realised in many different configurations.
KeywordsIntegrated optics Spectrometers Geometric optical design
We thank Professor Ricardo Mosna for the valuable ideas in the development of this project. HS is supported by the Fapesp research grant 2014/24727-0 and by the CNPq Productivity PQ2 grant 312390/2014-9. VS was supported by the Fapesp grant 2012/21923-7.
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