Biaxial thin-film coated-plate polarizing beam splitters

Publisher:
Optical Society of America
Publication Type:
Journal Article
Citation:
Applied Optics, 2006, 45 (7), pp. 1563 - 1568
Issue Date:
2006-01
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We present a design for a biaxial thin-film coated-plate polarizing beam splitter that transmits the p-polarized component of a beam of light without change of direction and reflects the s-polarized component. The beam splitter has a periodic structure and is planned for fabrication by serial bideposition in mutually orthogonal planes. Recent experimental data for form-birefringent silicon is used to establish the feasibility of the design for a beam splitter to be used at 1310 nm and at an angle of 45° in air.
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