Abstract

Diffraction properties of reflection gratings with a parabolic groove profile are analyzed. It is shown that these structures produce a large number of diffracted waves with similar intensities. Theoretical and experimental results at the wavelength of 780 nm are shown. These gratings are made from holographic diffraction gratings recorded in a photoresist.

© 1991 Optical Society of America

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