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New concept of a polymer optical ray splitter simulated by Raytracing with a new Bisection-Algorithm

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Abstract

Recent fabrication methods print polymer optical waveguides (POWs) on three-dimensional carriers. The special geometry of the POWs enables the realisation of an optical ray splitter which is simulated by raytracing using a new bisection-algorithm.

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