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Design and analysis of all-dielectric broadband nonpolarizing parallel-plate beam splitters

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Past research on the all-dielectric nonpolarizing beam splitter is reviewed. With the aid of the needle thin-film synthesis method and the conjugate graduate refine method, three different split ratio nonpolarizing parallel-plate beam splitters over a 200  nm spectral range centered at 550  nm with incidence angles of 45° are designed. The chosen materials component and the initial stack are based on the Costich and Thelen theories. The results of design and analysis show that the designs maintain a very low polarization ratio in the working range of the spectrum and has a reasonable angular field.

© 2007 Optical Society of America

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