Abstract

Linear zone plates (LZP) have been constructed using optical methods both in amplitude and in phase. The results obtained confirm that focal distances follow the relation f/n, and the focal number and its diffraction efficiencies increase by transforming a LZP from amplitude to phase.

© 1979 Optical Society of America

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