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Interference Filters

A interference filter is a filter that controls the spectral composition of transmitted energy partially by the effects of interference. Frequently, these filters are made up of thin layers of metals and dielectrics, resulting in high transmission over narrow spectral bands.











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Market Data for Companies in This Category
Countries
23
United States:
6
United Kingdom:
5
Germany:
4
Japan:
3
China:
OTHER: 8
US States
6
California:
3
Massachusetts:
3
Vermont:
3
New Jersey:
2
Pennsylvania:
OTHER: 32
Capabilities
30
Custom Manufacturers:
18
Stock Manufacturers:
8
Suppliers/Distributors:
2
Designers:
Average Number of Employees: 105


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  • interference filter A filter that controls the spectral composition of transmitted energy partially by the effects of interference. Frequently, these filters are made up of thin layers of metals and dielectrics, resulting in high transmission over narrow spectral bands.
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