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Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering ECSE 527 Optical Engineering Ray Matrices 9. Ray Matrices References: Hecht 6.2 Andrew Kirk 2010 Geometric Optics II 124
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Learning outcomes After taking this class you should be able to: • Explain the basis of ray matrices • Calculate matrices for compound reflecting and refracting stems systems • Select when to use matrices and when to use the y nu approach ©AGK 2010 Geometric optics II. 125
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Contents • Introduction to ray matrix formulation •M a t r i c e s for refractive elements a t r i c e s for reflective elements i bt ti d fl t i • Comparison between ray matrices and y nu formulation ©AGK 2010 Geometric optics II. 126
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Refraction equation nn y u’ u l’ (+ve) l(+ve) •A s nu n n u n ' ' ' •T h e r e f o r e  R n n y nu u n y R y ' ' ' • Obtain:   C n n y nu u n ' ' ' ©AGK 2010 Geometric optics II. 127 (Curvature C =1/ R )
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Matrix form for refraction •R e f r a c t i o n at surface modifies ray u’ slope: u y’ = y V 1 nn   C n n y nu u n ' ' ' e w r i t e ray transfer equations as C y y ' matrix operations: Be aware that there are ©AGK 2010 Geometric optics II. 128 other conventions for the location of the refractive index.
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Matrix form for refraction •R e f r a c t i o n at surface u’ u y’ = y V 1 nn '   C n n y nu u n ' ' ' ewrite ray transfer equations as matrix operations: C y y • Rewrite ray transfer equations as matrix operations: Output Matrix Input e aware that there are C n n D ) ' ( y nu D y u n 1 0 1 ' ' ' Be aware that there are other conventions for the location of the refractive dex ©AGK 2010 Geometric optics II. 129 index.
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Ray slope and height Input: Ray slope Ray height y u Output: Refraction matrix: Matrix operation: ©AGK 2010 Geometric optics II. 130
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Ray slope and height y nu r Input: Ray slope Ray height y u ' ' ' ' y u n r Output: 1 D R Refraction matrix: 1 0 r R r ' Matrix operation: ©AGK 2010 Geometric optics II. 131
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Transfer equation Transfer the ray to the next surface n’ 1 12 y 1 u’ 1 y 2 t 1 ' f ti 1 1 2 tu y y • Transfer equation: ese values of y nd u’ n be passed to the refraction ©AGK 2010 Geometric optics II. 132 • These values of y 2 and u 1 can be passed to the refraction equation for surface 2
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Transfer Matrix ay propagation through lens: d 21
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2010 for the course ECSE ECSE 527 taught by Professor Kirk during the Winter '10 term at McGill.

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