Mirror conversion of gaussian beams with simple astigmatism
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The surface of an inclined mirror, which converts Gaussian beams with simple astigmatism hase been found within the quasi-optical approximation. The beam reflected from the found mirror was examined. Power losses of the reflected beam, when the beam is incident on a selective system, which transmits a Gaussian beam of one polarization only have been found.
KeywordsPower Loss Gaussian Beam Astigmatism Selective System Incline Mirror
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