Abstract

To answer the growing need for more versatile integrated spectral filters, we show that weak one-dimensional gratings can be designed towards any desired target spectrum. We follow a very straightforward design procedure to demonstrate the performance of these devices. Measurements and simulations show a very good correspondence with the target spectra. By analyzing the results, we also found that the design procedure can be refined by using simulated reflections, instead of relying on the calculated Fresnel reflections.

© 2014 IEEE

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