LIGO Document T1100258-v4
- Autocollimators and a Shack-Hartmann sensor are used to align the TMS Telescope. Two alignment methods are presented: alignment by double pass retro-reflection from a curved ETMHR surrogate mirror, and double pass retro-reflection from a flat mirror. A step-by-step procedure is presented, together with actual data from the Shack-Hartmann sensor during the alignment procedure. Optical aberration theory is used to derive a relationship between the Zernike astigmatic coefficient and the Guoy phase error at the focal plane of the TMS sensing system. The ZEMAX focus parameters for an ideal off-axis parabolic telescope agree with the ABCD Gaussian beam propagation calculations.
- Added Sec. 3.3.4 Telescope Performance with Non-Gaussian Input Beams
DCC Version 3.4.2, contact
Document Database Administrators