Abstract

The relative position of high- and low-transmittance bands in the transmittance spectrum of periodic multilayers is discussed. Conditions are derived for which two or more successive low-transmittance bands are suppressed. Specific designs are given and applications discussed.

© 1963 Optical Society of America

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