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are used as substrates for a variety of applications, such as laser window, output couplers, beamsplitters, beam combiners, mirrors, dichroic filters and plate polarizers. Considerations in selecting window su...
PLANE WINDOWS (CONT.) UV / VIS / NIR
are similar to Plane Windows, but with parallel surfaces. These windows are well suited for applications in which angular deviation of the transmitted beam must be kept as small as possible. Misalignment ...
LARGE WEDGE WINDOWS
Large Wedge Windows
greatly reduce or eliminate interference effects caused by multiple reflections between front and rear surfaces of plane windows. They are well suited for use as substrates for laser output couplers in w...
are primarily used in laser cavities to produce a beam with a high degree of polarization purity. When unpolarized light is incident on an uncoated substrate at Brewster’s Angle, the reflected portion is co...