Abcd propagation , Electrical Engineering

ABCD propagation of an optical ray through a system can be explained by a simple 2_2 matrix. In ray optics, the characteristic of a system is given by the corresponding ray matrix relating the ray's position from the slope and axis at the input to those at the output.

 

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