Abstract

Lenses made of Bragg-type gratings and used for integrated optics are fabricated by the technique of electron-beam pattern generation, chemical etching, and printing. They consist of straight lines of varying inclination and spacing. Focusing action is demonstrated experimentally.

© 1978 Optical Society of America

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