Abstract

The use of absorbing, multilayer interference coatings on the back sides of LiNbO3 substrates has produced an optical system that substantially reduces reflected substrate modes in integrated optical spectrum analyzers at 830 nm over a broad range of incident angles.

© 1981 Optical Society of America

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