In this paper, we investigate the imaging and transforming properties of planar integrated optics. The space band-width product of the planar optical imaging can be maximized by adjusting the number of zigzag bouncing in the glass substrate. The non-uniform spacing between the orders of planar optical transformation, such as Fourier transform and fractional transform, can also be reduced by the use of a toric-shape lens instead of spherical lens. Some experimental results to verify those properties are presented.
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