# How to describe delta convolution using integral expression

#### yefj

Hello, We express the radiation from a source by the expression bellow:
$U(x,y)=\frac{e^{jkz}e^{\frac{k}{2z}(x^2+y^2)}}{j\lambda z}\iint_{-\infty}^{+\infty}u(x',y')e^{-j\frac{2\pi}{\lambda z}(x'x+y'y)}dx'dy'$
the fourier transform is $f_x=\frac{x}{\lambda z} and f_y=\frac{y}{\lambda z}$.\
Our system bellow has two apartures which has distance between them.
each aparture has fourier transform of sinc $F(rect(ax)rect(by))=\frac{1}{|ab|}sinc(\frac{f_x}{a})sinc(\frac{f_y}{b})$. \
$F(\delta(f_x-\frac{a}{2},f_y-\frac{b}{2}))=e^{[i\pi(ax+by)]}$. \
I know that convolution with delta is a shift in space.
how to find using the integral expression shown above the fourier transform of the shape bellow?
Thanks.

##### Super Moderator
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Looks similar to a double-slit experiment which produces interference patterns. Does that concept have equations which relate to your equations?

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