Flexible optical system for separable fractional Fourier transform

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In this work we propose a flexible symmetric configuration for the separable fractional FT composed by three generalized lenses. The distances between the lenses are fixed. The fractional angles are acieved by means of lens rotations.
© 2006 American Institute of Physics. International Workshop on Information Optics (5º. 2006. Toledo, España). Partial financial support from Spanish Ministry of Education and Science, project TEC2005-02180 is acknowledged.
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