O. V. Minin, I. V. Minin

Experimental evidence is reported in favour of paraboloidal Fresnel zone plates. Parameters are determined for single- and two-component focusing systems, including frequency properties, longitudinal and transverse resolution, number of image elements in the frame and the field of view for a substantially off-axial source.


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