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OPTICAL FILTERS

Photonics Spectra
Nov 2000
Ocean Optics Inc.Request Info
 
Optical network and digital imaging products from Ocean Optics Inc. are based on the company's Dichroic Filter Array (DFA) technology. The technology combines modern optical thin-film deposition techniques with microlithographic procedures to produce micron-scale precision patterning of dichroic coatings on a single substrate. Applications include the production of optomechanical and -electrical devices, DWDMs requiring improved microelectromechanical devices and LCD-based optical cross-connect technologies. DFA technology also can be used in digital display for consumer and commercial applications and to pattern a variety of optical coatings such as dielectric multilayer reflectors, bandpass filters, dichroic edge filters and broadband antireflection coatings.


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