One year ago, implementation of distributed phase plates on the twenty-four frequency tripled beamlines of the Omega laser system had increased the overall irradiation uniformity to an ~10% (rms) level.1 Target performance increased as a result of reducing the irradiation hot spots due to normal beam focusing. However, target performance did not improve to the level of theoretical predictions.

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