Fabrication Of Micro Optics On Coreless Fiber Segments
Fabrication of micro optics for fiber optics applications is a challenge due to their size and the issues associated with alignment of the optics to single-mode fibers. This study summarizes a method for fabricating diffractive optical elements on the ends of coreless fiber segments for passive alignment to single-mode fibers. Results are presented for passively aligned diffractive lens elements used for both collimation and beam shaping. © 2003 Optical Society of America.
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Johnson, Eric G.; Stack, Jared; and Suleski, Thomas J., "Fabrication Of Micro Optics On Coreless Fiber Segments" (2003). Scopus Export 2000s. 1854.