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It's easy to create an isotropic point source with GPS. I can then focus this point source to create a conical type source. The question... Is there a way to inverse this? What I need is to start with a Plane Circular Isotropic source and focus it at some point.. so that the source would be as if it were coming into some type of conical collimation system and focused at the back of the collimation system at some point? Regards, Dennis
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