Wavefront Error Detector
Wavefront error is defined as the difference between the reference wavefront phase, which is a constant phase or spherical phase, and the detected wavefront phase of one optical system. It is a very important criterion for the quality of the system, which can be used as merit functions for parametric optimization. In VirtualLab Fusion, users can detect such errors by using specific detector. This use case shows how to handle a wavefront error detector in VirtualLab Fusion.
- Use Case (PDF)pdf25.09.2018
- Use Case and sample files in VirtualLab Fusion (ZIP)zip25.09.2018