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3D printed Polarization Micro-Optics: Fresnel Rhomb printed on an optical fiber

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Abstract

A miniaturized and fiber-integrated Fresnel Rhomb has been 3D printed with Direct Laser Writing on a polarization-maintaining fiber to act as a broadband quarter waveplate, allowing generation of circularly polarized light.

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