Abstract

An Si/SiO2 multilayer with zigzag layer interfaces is fabricated on a patterned silica substrate using the autocloning method. The multilayer is designed to function as multichannel long-wave pass type edge filters with various cutoff wavelengths. A cutoff wavelength shift of the order of 190nm in the near infrared region (13001500nm) is experimentally demonstrated.

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