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Leaky polarizing beam splitter with adjustable leak ratio for operation in the wavelength range of 440–690 nm

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Abstract

We discuss the optomechanical design and fabrication of a novel wideband (440–690-nm), leaky polarizing beam splitter with an adjustable leak ratio. This beam splitter is an important component of a multiwavelength dynamic testbed that we have constructed for testing optical disks. The multilayer thin-film structure of the beam splitter is essentially a stacked pair of narrow-band dielectric reflectors that have been fine tuned for optimal performance. The characteristics of the fabricated device are in good agreement with our theoretical calculations.

© 1997 Optical Society of America

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