Polymer long-period raised rib waveguide gratings using nano-imprint lithography

Perentos, N, Kostovski, G and Mitchell, A 2005, 'Polymer long-period raised rib waveguide gratings using nano-imprint lithography', IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, vol. 17, pp. 2595-2597.


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Title Polymer long-period raised rib waveguide gratings using nano-imprint lithography
Author(s) Perentos, N
Kostovski, G
Mitchell, A
Year 2005
Journal name IEEE Photonics Technology Letters
Volume number 17
Start page 2595
End page 2597
Total pages 2
Publisher IEEE
Abstract This letter presents the fabrication and demonstration of a long-period raised rib waveguide grating using nano-imprint lithography. The device consists of a lower UV15 cladding, where relief-gratings are implemented, and an NOA73 raised rib core waveguide. Spectral transmission reveals a resonance at 1585 nm with about 10-dB rejection and 12-nm linewidth.
Subject Polymers and Plastics
Keyword(s) long-period waveguide gratings
nanoimprint lithography
optical polymers
optical waveguide filters
polydimethylsiloxane
soft lithography
integrated optics
DOI - identifier 10.1109/lpt.2005.859130
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