Application in Optical Design: Optimization for Receiver Enclosed Energy in LiDAR Systems

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Enclosed energy optimization can be an important way to achieve high-performance optical systems that have stringent irradiance requirements, such as spectrometers and solar concentrators. This white paper shows an example LiDAR receiver system with uniform enclosed energy at the detector array plane for a given object patch size and resolution. The system performance is achieved using CODE V optical design software functions that provide flexible, efficient enclosed energy optimization.

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