I am translating a customer’s Code V file with HOE diffrative surfaces to ZOS to make some non-sequential studies. I do not know how to configurate a holographic surface in ZOS to take into account the grooves of the holographic difractive surface in the stray analysis process. I will appreciate any help.
Besides, do you know what is the correspondence between the Code V HOE surface definition and the ZOS HOE definition?
Thanks in advance for your help.
Best answer by Mark.NicholsonView original
I'd suggest you first translate the CodeV file to seqeuntial mode, and then convert from sequential to non-sequential mode.
To convert the CodeV file, use the built-in convertor (1)
This will show you exactly home the CodeV surface is translated, and there is also a lot of diagnostic information generated. Check that your file works as expected, and then use the NSC convertor (2) to get it into NSC mode.