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Calibration error of Hartmann wavefront sensor caused by nonuniform intensity distribution
Jian Huang; Hao Xian
Volume7656
Pages765675 (6 pp.)
2010
Language英语
Indexed ByEi ; ISTP
Subtype会议论文
AbstractThe principle of Hartmann wavefront sensor is that the centroid angle deviation of spot equals to the mean slope of the phase on the subaperture, but its precisionis up to one of two assumptions: the beam is divided into plan wave and the beam intensity distribution is uniform on each subaperture. When none of these two assumptions is satisfied in the wavefront detection, the centroid angle deviation of far field spot is not exactly equals to the mean slope of the phase on each subaperture, and finally the wavefront detecting error is produced. A similar case occurs when calibrating the Hartmann wavefront sensor. The translation error of microlens arrays and the focal length differences of microlens arrays would introduce defocuses on all subapertures, the centroid of the far-field spot is not the same as the mean slope of the phase of calibrating beam when the calibrating beam has nonuniform intensity distribution, as a result, the calibration error of Hartmann wavefront sensor comes out. Two formulas, which evaluate the calibration error associated with the nonumiform intensity distribution and the defocus of microlens arrays are obtained in this paper, these formulas provide theoretical supports to design and calibrate a Hartman Sensor required millesimal wavelength precision. Also a new parameter is derived to characterize the nonuniformity of the intensity distribution.; The principle of Hartmann wavefront sensor is that the centroid angle deviation of spot equals to the mean slope of the phase on the subaperture, but its precisionis up to one of two assumptions: the beam is divided into plan wave and the beam intensity distribution is uniform on each subaperture. When none of these two assumptions is satisfied in the wavefront detection, the centroid angle deviation of far field spot is not exactly equals to the mean slope of the phase on each subaperture, and finally the wavefront detecting error is produced. A similar case occurs when calibrating the Hartmann wavefront sensor. The translation error of microlens arrays and the focal length differences of microlens arrays would introduce defocuses on all subapertures, the centroid of the far-field spot is not the same as the mean slope of the phase of calibrating beam when the calibrating beam has nonuniform intensity distribution, as a result, the calibration error of Hartmann wavefront sensor comes out. Two formulas, which evaluate the calibration error associated with the nonumiform intensity distribution and the defocus of microlens arrays are obtained in this paper, these formulas provide theoretical supports to design and calibrate a Hartman Sensor required millesimal wavelength precision. Also a new parameter is derived to characterize the nonuniformity of the intensity distribution.
Conference NameProceedings of the SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering
Conference Date2010
Document Type会议论文
Identifierhttp://ir.ioe.ac.cn/handle/181551/7741
Collection自适应光学技术研究室(八室)
Corresponding AuthorJian Huang
Affiliation中国科学院光电技术研究所
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Jian Huang,Hao Xian. Calibration error of Hartmann wavefront sensor caused by nonuniform intensity distribution[C],2010:765675 (6 pp.).
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