Abstract

Two new optical free-space collinear cross-over interconnect schemes are suggested. The first optical implementation uses mirrors and beam splitters, while the second uses a Fresnel zone plate and lens combination. Some proof-of-principle experimental results are also presented.

© 1991 Optical Society of America

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