ENEE 408E Problem Set 6
Due December 10, 2009
TWO OR THREE PROBLEMS VERY SIMILAR TO THESE WILL BE ON THE
FINAL EXAMINATION, WHICH IS ON DECEMBER 19, 2009
(1)A photomultiplier with a responsivity of 0.1A/W at 600nm is being used to measure a very
weak star

ENEE 408E OPTICAL SYSTEM DESIGN
Fall Semester 2003. TuTh 11:00 - 12:15, CSI 1121
Index Number 24002
Instructor: Professor Christopher C. Davis, [email protected],
http:/www.ee.umd.edu/davis
Oce: 2401 A.V. Williams Building, 405-3637
Oce Hours: TuTh 9:20 -

ENEE 408E Optical System Design
Design Problems #5, Due Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Questions like (1), (2), (5), (7), (10) and (11) are potential topics for the next
examination.
(1)A graded index (GRIN) medium has
22
n(r) = n0 ea
r
,
Derive its ray trans

ENEE 408E Optical System Design
Design Projects #2, 9/23/03
Complete by 10/2/03
Go through the Code V Test Drive (on my web page). Make sure that you can carry out
the operations described and can print hard copy pictures of your lenses, etc. You do not
n

ENEE 408E Optical System Design 2003
Second Examination
Tuesday, November 25, 2003, 11:00 12:15 pm
ANSWER 3 QUESTIONS
(if more than 3 are answered best 3 will count)
(1) The transformed impedancekof a transparent window with air (n = 1) on both sides is

ENEE 408E 2003 First Examination Solutions
(1) [A B] 1 0 For proof see notes
= 1 ~ r1 1
C D ( n-R ) I
R := 10 2 radius of curvature
r1 : 2-10_ 3 r11 := l~deg input ray parameters
n := 1.5 ref. index d 2: 102 distance
The easiest way to solve the problem

ENEE 408E 2004 Second Examination Solutions
(1) For zero reflectance of the P-wave the impedance must match on both sides of the
boundary
Z1 cos 1 = Z2 cos 2
( )
( )
( )
which gives
( )
and
n 2 cos 1 = n 1 cos 2
2
cos ( 2) = 1 sin( 2)
2
2
n2
2
=
1 sin(

ENEE 408E First Examination Solutions
(1)
f := 120 10
3
3
lo = 200 10
li = 300 10
3
focal length
+ h 1.
+ h2
3
from ray parallel to axis
h 2 := f 100 10
h 2 is 20mm
h 2 = 0.02
3
li := 300 10
+ h2
Guess
h 1 := 20
Given
1
3
200 10
+
+ h1
1
li
=
1
f
h 1 := F

ENEE 408E Optical System Design
Design Problems #5, November 11, 2003
Due November 20, 2003
Questions (1) and (8) are potential examination questions. All questions are
good for revising for the next examination.
(1) A Gaussian beam is focused by a thick,

ENEE 408E Optical System Design
Design Projects #1, 9/16/03
Due 9/25/03
(1) A thick lens with n 2 1.55 has R1 : 100 mm, R2 2 140mm with d 2 30mm. Calculate
the position of the principal planes and the paraxial focal length of the lens.
(2) For the lens in

ENEE 408E Optical System Design
Design Projects #1, 9/16/03
Due 9/25/03
(1) A thick lens with n = 1.55 has R1 = 100 mm, R2 = -140mm with d = 30mm. Calculate
the position of the principal planes and the paraxial focal length of the lens.
(2) For the lens i

ENEE 408E Optical System Design
Design Projects #3, 10/7/03
Due 10/16/03
You would be well advised to go through the Code V Test Drive before completing these
design projects.
For Code V problems provide the lens table, 2-D views of the lenses, spot diagr

ENEE 497 First Examination
Wednesday, October 2, 1996, 9:30 10:45 am
ANSWER 3 QUESTIONS
(if more than 3 are answered best 3 will count)
(1) Derive the ray transfer matrix for a spherical interface between two media of refractive
indices n1, n2, respective

ENEE 408E OPTICAL SYSTEM DESIGN
Fall Semester 2004. TuTh 11:00 - 12:15, CSI 1115
Instructor: Professor Christopher C. Davis, [email protected],
http:/www.ee.umd.edu/davis
Oce: 2401 A.V. Williams Building, 405-3637
Oce Hours: TuTh 2:00 - 3:30 pm, and by ap

ENEE 408E OPTICAL SYSTEM DESIGN
Fall Semester 2002. TuTh 11:00 - 12:15, EGR 3106
Index Number 23498
Instructor: Professor Christopher C. Davis, [email protected],
http:/www.ee.umd.edu/davis
Oce: 2401 A.V. Williams Building, 405-3637
Oce Hours: TuTh 9:20 -

ENEE 408E Optical System Design 2003
First Examination
Thursday, October 30, 2003, 11:00 - 12:15 pm
ANSWER 3 QUESTIONS
(if more than 3 are answered best 3 will count )
(1) Prove that the ray transfer matrix for a convex spherical interface between air and

ENEE 408E Optical System Design
Design Problems #3, October 13, 2004
Due October 26, 2004
(1) Plot the variation in reectance for P and S waves incident on an air/glass boundary
at angles from 0 to /2. Take n1 = 1, n2 = 1.7. Calculate the S-wave reectance

ENEE 408E Optical System Design
Design Projects #2, 9/28/04
Due 10/12/04
You would be well advised to go through the Code V Test Drive before completing these
design projects.
For Code V problems provide the lens specications, 2-D views of the lenses, spo

ENEE 408E Optical System Design
Design Projects #1, 9/14/04
Due 9/23/04
(1) A thick lens with n = 1.55 has R1 = 100 mm, R2 = -140mm with d = 30mm. Calculate
the position of the principal planes and the paraxial focal length of the lens.
(2) For the lens i

ENEE 408E Optical System Design
Design Problems #5, November 11, 2003
Due November 20, 2003
Questions (1) and (8) are potential examination questions. All questions are
good for revising for the next examination.
(1) A Gaussian beam is focused by a thick,

ENEE 408E Optical System Design
Design Problems #4, October 21, 2003
Due November 6, 2003
(1) Plot the variation in reectance for P and S waves incident on an air/glass boundary
at angles from 0 to /2. Take n1 = 1, n2 = 1.7. Calculate the S-wave reectance

,ENEE 408E Design Problem Set 6
Due Friday December 12, 2003
i A problem very much like (1) (2) or (3) will be on the nal examination
(1) A point source of light that emits 1W of light at 600nm is placed on axis 50mm from the
end face of a single mode be

ENEE 408E Optical System Design
Design Projects #2, 9/14/09
Due 9/23/09
(1) An optical system with ninput = noutput has
A
C
B
D
=
3
0.5
4
1
Calculate:
(i) the focal length
(ii) the position of the principal planes
(iii) the output ray parameters if r1 =0.

ENEE 408E Optical System Design
Design Projects #2, 9/14/09
Due 9/23/09
(1) An optical system with ninput = noutput has
A
C
B
D
=
3
0.5
4
1
Calculate:
(i) the focal length
(ii) the position of the principal planes
(iii) the output ray parameters if r1 =0.