Abstract

An expression for the frequency dependence of the phase of reflections from quarter-wave multilayers is deduced. The result is included in a general formula for the resolving power of single half-wave filters and extended to the synthesis of multi-half-wave, or “coupled,” filters.

© 1964 Optical Society of America

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