Abstract: New and novel sensing schemes require optical functions with unconventional spatial light distributions, as well as complex spectral functionality. Micro-optical elements have shown some flexibility in their ability to spatially encode phase information using surface relief dielectrics. In this paper, we present a novel optical component that exploits the properties of optically resonant structures to make an azimuthally spatially varying spectral filter. The dispersive properties are quite unique with an angular resonance shift of 28 Deg/nm. This device is fabricated using techniques that are compatible with standard micro-electronic fabrication technologies.
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Roth, Z.A.; Srinivasan, P.; Poutous, M.K.; Pung, A.J.; Rumpf, R.C.; Johnson, E.G. Azimuthally Varying Guided Mode Resonance Filters. Micromachines 2012, 3, 180-193.
Roth ZA, Srinivasan P, Poutous MK, Pung AJ, Rumpf RC, Johnson EG. Azimuthally Varying Guided Mode Resonance Filters. Micromachines. 2012; 3(1):180-193.
Roth, Zachary A.; Srinivasan, Pradeep; Poutous, Menelaos K.; Pung, Aaron J.; Rumpf, Raymond C.; Johnson, Eric G. 2012. "Azimuthally Varying Guided Mode Resonance Filters." Micromachines 3, no. 1: 180-193.