Corrected mirror systems with double reflection
We propose objectives consisting of two mirrors with central holes for passage of a light beam. The optical layout ensures multiple reflection of rays from both mirrors. We consider several approaches to calculating the design parameters for which three and four aberrations do not occur. The objectives can be used in optical devices operating in the UV and IR regions of the spectrum.
Key wordsobjective mirror (convex and concave) entrance pupil diameter central obscuration aperture angular field of view aperture ratio radius back focal length spherical aberration coma astigmatism image curvature distortion image plane zero-offset (paraxial) ray angles and heights summary of basic system parameters Seidel coefficients optimization
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