Abstract

An analytic expression is obtained based on the paraxial approximation for the far-field diffraction pattern of two longitudinally separated slits that lie in the Fresnel region of each other. The result obtained is also useful in unstable-resonator calculations.

© 1982 Optical Society of America

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