Abstract

A simple single-element holographic optical demultiplexer for wavelength division multiplexing in optical fiber systems is described. The single holographic element performs all the required functions of collection, separation, and focusing. Experimental results for a device operating in the visible region of the spectrum are described. The device is bidirectional and also functions as an efficient multiplexer.

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