The fabrication of digital planar holograms by Step and Repeat UV nanoimprint lithography is reported. It opens a route for commercial development of new nanophotonic devices based on digital planar holography. Two first applications to be demonstrated are the high resolution spectrometer chips and the enhancement of brightness and power of laser diodes.

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