Abstract

A technique is presented that allows the lengths of thick miniature lenses to be controlled with great accuracy, yielding low-loss micro-optic connectors and components for single-mode fiber systems. A comparison between a simple model of the performance of the lens assemblies and the experimental results produces a close correlation.

© 1985 Optical Society of America

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