Abstract

The equivalent-layer concept is used to develop a method to design multilayer interference filters with relatively smooth high-transmittance regions on both sides of the rejection band. Most of the resulting designs have the interesting property of having low ripple in all high-transmittance regions. The characteristics of several typical designs are presented.

© 1971 Optical Society of America

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