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EE461

Title: OPTICAL SYSTEM DESIGN
Credits: 3


Catalog Description: Ray optics, wave optics in isotropic and anisotropic media, optical instruments, aberrations, fiber optics, optical sources (passive and active), optical elements, and optical detectors. Analysis of multi-component optical systems using linear system techniques. Design and optimization of individual components and multi component systems using Code-V software.


Coordinator: Heba Yüksel, Assistant Professor of Electrical & Electroncis Engineering
Goals:  The purpose of this course is to teach optical analysis and design techniques by reference to the performance of many different optical components and systems. Attention will be given to real world design in terms of component selection, optimization, and integration into system.


Learning Objectives:


At the end of this course, students will be able to:


1. Apply design techniques to simple optical systems, explain these design techniques, and demonstrate practical knowledge of issues involved in overall system design.
2. Analyze multi-component optical systems using linear system techniques. 
3. Design and optimize individual components and multi component systems using Code-V software.
4. Present rationales for component selection, layout, and system analysis in their design.
5. Present awareness of safety issues related to laser radiation.
 

Textbook: C.C. Davis, Lasers and Electro-Optics, Cambridge University Press 1996.


Reference Texts: J.H. Moore, C.C. Davis, and M.A. Coplan, Building Scientific Apparatus, 3rd Edition, 2002 Perseus Books Cambridge, Massachusetts.


Prerequisites by Topic: EE 363 Electromagnetic Field Theory


Topics:


Most of the following topics should be covered – not necessarily in the order indicated.

(1)  Ray Optics - Basic Design Techniques: Relection, refraction and total internal reflection, Ray tracing, Lenses,
       mirror and prisms, Imaging, magnification and f/number.
(2) Code-V Optical Design Software: System settings, Lens Data Manager, System drawing, Spot Diagrams,
      Aberrations, Paraxial ray anaylsis: ray transfer matrices, principal planes and Optimization.
(3) Wave Optics in Isotropic Media: Detailed System Anaylsis: Impedance methods, Anti-reflection coatings, half-
      wave layers, Brewster’s angle, Polarization effects and anaylsis: Jones matrices, Interference, Diffraction,
      Gaussian beams, Focusing of Gaussian beams and Resonator design.
(4) Optical Instruments - Design Concepts: Stops, pupils and vignetting, Simple microscope, Compound microscope,
      Astronomical and terrestrial refracting telescopes, Reflecting telescopes, Periscopes, Zoom lenses and Camera
      lenses.
(5) Aberrations: Spherical aberration, Astigmatism, Chromatic aberration, Coma,  Distortion, Curvature of field,
     Non-spherical lenses and mirrors. Quantification of aberration coefficients, and Reduction of aberrations.
(6) Wave Optics in Anisotropic Media: Birefringence, The indicatrix, Wave-plates and polarizers, Faraday effect and
      optical isolators, Electro-optic devices: amplitude and phase modulators and Designing with crystals.
(7) Fiber Optics: Selection and Utilization: Numerical aperture, Single and multi-mode fibers, V-number and
      Coupling to fibers.
(8) Optical Sources: Selection and Evaluation: Radiometry and Photometry: units and definitions, Point sources,
      extended sources, Lambertian sources, Characterization by spectrum and coherence, Black-body sources for
      absolute calibration, Incandescent lamps, Discharge lamps, LEDs and Lasers.
(9) Optical Detectors: Selection and Evaluation: Figures of merit, NEP, D*, Responsivity, speed of response,
      Vacuum tube devices: photodiodes, photomultipliers, channeltrons, Semiconductor detectors: photovoltaic and
      photoconductive detectors, Thermal detectors: thermopiles, Golay cell, bolometer and Hot carrier detectors.
(10) Optical Systems: Design Concepts: Design Examples: cameras, telescopes, range finders, optical
        communication systems, wide-angle lenses,  LIDAR. Opto-Mechanical Design, Project Feasibility,
        Manufacturability and Cost Estimation.
(11) Safety Issues Related to Laser Radiation
(12) Design Documentation


Computer Resources: Students will be using Code-V Optical Design Software throughout the course within their project assignments. This software will be made available on selected computers in the Computer Lab of the Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department. Most projects will require computer analysis and graphical results presentation. I encourage the use of softwares such as Mathcad, Mathematica, or Matlab for this purpose.


Laboratory Resources: Computer lab.


Course Structure: The class meets for two lectures a week, one consisting of two 50-minute sessions and the other, just one 50-minute session.

Grading: There will be one mid-term exam and a final exam. All exams will be CLOSED BOOKS CLOSED NOTES. Calculators will only be allowed for scalar algebraic and trignometric computations. There will be individual project assignments which will test your ability to use various design and anlysis techniques that will be covered in the class.

 Attendance  ..................   (5%)
 Homeworks & Projects .... (25%)
 Midterm    ...................  (30%)
 Final .......................... (40%)


Outcome Coverage:


• An ability to design an optical system and perform component design analysis to meet the desired needs: Design techniques of simple optical systems will be covered in class and students will be able to explain these techniques, and demonstrate practical knowledge of issues involved in overall system design.
• An ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems: Students are given specific engineering problems such as cameras, telescopes, range finders, optical communication systems, wide-angle lenses, LIDAR, Resonators, Rifle Scope communication systems, 3-D object projector and asked to design and optimize such systems in Code V.
• Use of modern engineering tools. Students will use Code V in project assignments which will test their ability to use various design and analysis techniques that will be covered in class. These projects will include component design analysis and complete system characterization and optimization using Code V.


Prepared By: Heba Yüksel
 

 

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