Abstract

The development of low-temperature narrowbandpass filters for the spectral region λ > 50 μm using metallic mesh is discussed. Data are presented for temperatures down to 1.1 K and for a number of temperature cycles. The data show that such filters perform well at these temperatures with deterioration only occurring in limited cases.

© 1979 Optical Society of America

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