Abstract

A coplanar refractive–diffractive doublet array employing surface-relief diffractive phase elements embedded within poly(methyl methacrylate) microlenses is introduced as an optomechanical building block for optoelectronic integrated systems. The design method, fabrication technology, and results are described. Coplanarity of the quadratic- and linear-phase elements constituting the doublet can reduce optomechanical complexity in applications to unguided optical interconnects.

© 1995 Optical Society of America

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