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A Distributed Wavelength Optical Narrow Band Interference Filter Integratable with Silocon: Designs for Performance Improvements

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Title: A Distributed Wavelength Optical Narrow Band Interference Filter Integratable with Silocon: Designs for Performance Improvements
Authors: Sze, Wah Wai
Issue Date: 15 Jan 2014
Publisher: University of Hawaii at Manoa
Abstract: A distributed wavelength optical narrow band interference filter integratable with silicon that give high, homogeneous transmission over the visible spectrum is designed as proposed by Dr. Holm-Kennedy. Filter designs are simulated in this report starting from the most fundamental design to an acceptable design step by step as proposed by Dr. Holm-Kennedy. The final design uses seven thin film layers altogether. For a maximum transmittance of about 50%, the wavelength bandwidth is 20 nm. For a maximum transmittance of about 70%, the bandwidth is 38nm. This design is versatile in that it can be used as it is at 50% maximum transmittance with excellent rejection. Or the disign can be significantly improved by adding additional layers.
Pages/Duration: viii, 137 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/32299
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