Abstract

Tunable UV filters for the 230–370-nm spectral range are described. The design and measurements of bandwidth and transmission are communicated. For a filter centered at 250 nm the full halfwidth and transmission amount to 6.5 nm and 14%, respectively.

© 1987 Optical Society of America

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