Abstract

A method to reduce the optical degrading effect of coating stress in a thin-film filter by releasing the filter from the substrate on which it was deposited is described. An extremely challenging 8-skip-0 100GHz wavelength-division-multiplexing band-splitting filter is demonstrated.

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