Abstract

We present a thorough study of a bandpass filter for the near-infrared (IR) region, with bandwidth below 20 nm, high transmission, and a broad rejection band [350–1100] nm. This filter is angularly tunable between 0 and 50° and shows a shift of the central wavelength from 970 nm down to 880 nm, without major changes in its bandwidth and spectral shape for unpolarized light. We first provide a description of the design procedure and then carry out an experimental demonstration by using plasma-enhanced reactive magnetron sputtering. We finally present an accurate characterization of this class of filter by using a custom optical system.

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