Abstract

It is demonstrated that the transverse differential interference method is used as a reliable profiling technique for distributed-index rod lenses, and its accuracy and spatial resolution have been made clear. By the use of this technique the index profile of a distributed-index planar microlens which has 3-D index distribution has been measured.

© 1982 Optical Society of America

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