Characteristic Analysis of Compact Spectrometer Based on Off-Axis Meta-Lens
AbstractUltra-compact spectrometers with high-resolution and/or broadband features have long been pursued for their wide application prospects. The off-axis meta-lens, a new species of planar optical instruments, provides a unique and feasible way to realize these goals. Here we give a detailed investigation of the influences of structural parameters of meta-lens-based spectrometers on the effective spectral range and the spectral resolution using both wave optics and geometrical optics methods. Aimed for different usages, two types of meta-lens based spectrometers are numerically proposed: one is a wideband spectrometer working at 800–1800 nm wavelengths with the spectral resolution of 2–5 nm and the other is a narrowband one working at the 780–920 nm band but with a much higher spectral resolution of 0.15–0.6 nm. The tolerance for fabrication errors is also discussed in the end. These provides a prominent way to design and integrate planar film-based spectrometers for various instrumental applications. View Full-Text
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Zhou, Y.; Chen, R.; Ma, Y. Characteristic Analysis of Compact Spectrometer Based on Off-Axis Meta-Lens. Appl. Sci. 2018, 8, 321.
Zhou Y, Chen R, Ma Y. Characteristic Analysis of Compact Spectrometer Based on Off-Axis Meta-Lens. Applied Sciences. 2018; 8(3):321.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zhou, Yi; Chen, Rui; Ma, Yungui. 2018. "Characteristic Analysis of Compact Spectrometer Based on Off-Axis Meta-Lens." Appl. Sci. 8, no. 3: 321.
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