Abstract

Zero-contrast gratings (ZCG) can be used to implement narrow bandpass transmission filters. However, they suffer from poor angular tolerance, which hinders their use in pixelated applications. Combining ZCG with double-corrugation grating, we increase the resonance width and angular tolerance of the filter by more than 1 order of magnitude. Filters tunable around 4.6 μm with more than 90% transmission and compatibility with 140 μm pixel size are demonstrated.

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