2: Basic Theory. 2.1. Maxwell's Equations and Plane Electromagnetic Waves. 2.2. Boundary Conditions. 2.3. Reflectance and Transmittance on the Single Boundary. 2.4. The Optics of a Thin Film. 2.5. The Multilayer Stack. 2.6. The Optical Waveguide. 2.7. Optical Fiber. 2.8. Leaky Dielectric Waveguides. 2.9. The Bragg Grating. 2.10. Codirectional Coupling.
3: Classical Optical Filters. 3.1. Antireflection Coatings. 3.2. Neutral Mirrors. 3.3. Multilayer Antireflection Coatings. 3.4. Edge Filters. 3.5. Band-Pass Filters. 3.6. Narrowband-Pass Filters.
4: Omnidirectional Dielectric Reflectors. 4.1. Introduction. 4.2. Bloch Waves and Band Structures. 4.3. A Dielectric Omnidirectional Reflector. 4.4. Enlargement of the Omnidirectional Frequency Band.
5: Omnidirectional Short-Pass Filters. 5.1. Introduction. 5.2. Short-Pass Filters Based on Leaky-Waveguide Array. 5.3. Multilayer Leaky-Waveguide Short-Pass Filter Design. 5.4. Macroporous Silicon Formation. 5.5. Macroporous Silicon-Based Short-Pass Filter Design. 5.6. Optical Testing of MPSi-Based Short-Pass Filters.
6: Omnidirectional Narrow Band-Pass, Band-Pass, and Band-Blocking Filters. 6.1. Introduction. 6.2. IR Optical Filters, Based on Waveguide Array. 6.3. MPSi-Based Materials for Filters Operating in the Visible Spectral Range. 6.4. Fabrication of MPSi Layers with Coherently Modulated Pore Diameters. 6.5. Filling theMacropores with Metal. 6.6. Fabrication of MPSi-Based Spectral Filters.
Über den Autor
Vladimir Kochergin is a Senior Optical Engineer at Lake Shore Cryotronics Inc.
Optical Filters play an important role in the areas of imaging, sensing, MEMS and photonics. Omnidirectional Optical Filters gives an integrated presentation of this new type of filter design that is rapidly becoming an integral part of these areas. Not only does the book give the reader a fresh look at the development of optical filter material; it is the first text dedicated to the explanation of omnidirectional optical filters.
Beginning with the description of the basic optical phenomena behind these filters, the book moves on to classical filter design, and then newer designs. For the first time, omnidirectional short-pass, band pass, band-blocking and narrow band-pass filter designs are explained in detail.
For graduate and undergraduate students interested in optics, photonics and MEMS, this book will give a thorough understanding of the design, fabrication and theory behind omnidirectional optical filters. Engineers in imaging, sensing and MEMS looking to learn more about these filters will also find it a valuable reference and tool.
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