Abstract

A new class of Fabry–Perot filters produced by a multilayer dielectric mirror deposited on top of a reflecting volume Bragg grating is described. The first fabricated prototype for the 852nm region demonstrates a 30pm bandwidth, 90+% transmission at resonance, and a good agreement with theoretical simulation.

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