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A Bragg Microcavity Filter for Optical Sensing

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A Bragg microcavity optical sensor is fabricated using Electron-Beam Lithography and Reactive Ion Etching techniques. An index change of 0.03 corresponds to a peak resonance wavelength shift of approximately 1 nm.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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