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Gaussian beam analysis

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GaussOpt

Analyze quasi-optical systems using Gaussian beam analysis

Quasi-optical analysis is important whenever the wavelength is comparable to the size of the optical components. Gaussian beam analysis of quasi-optical systems assumes that the transverse amplitude profile (the E- or H-field) of the beam is similar to a Gaussian function. This is roughly true for beams originating from waveguide horn antennas.

Author: John Garrett (garrettj403@gmail.com)

License: MIT

Webpage: https://garrettj403.github.io/GaussOpt/

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