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Design of wideband antireflection coating with the Fourier transform method

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Ronald R. Willey

Opto Mechanik, Inc. (USA)

Pierre G. Verly, Jerzy A. Dobrowolski

National Research Council Canada (Canada)

Proc. SPIE 1270, Optical Thin Films and Applications, 36 (August 1, 1990); doi:10.1117/12.20362
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  • Optical Thin Films and Applications
  • Reinhard Herrmann
  • The Hague, Netherlands | March 01, 1990

abstract

The NRCC Fourier transform synthesis method has been applied for the first time to an optical thin film design problem in which the external media are different. Graded index AR coatings for germanium substrates have been synthesized and compared to multilayer solutions. No limits have been imposed on the refractive indices. Although such systems cannot be put into practice, they provide basic insight into the general nature of broadband AR coatings. Admittance diagrams have been calculated for some of the systems to gain further understanding of their behavior.

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Ronald R. Willey ; Pierre G. Verly and Jerzy A. Dobrowolski
"Design of wideband antireflection coating with the Fourier transform method", Proc. SPIE 1270, Optical Thin Films and Applications, 36 (August 1, 1990); doi:10.1117/12.20362; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.20362


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