Techniques for integrating 3-D optical systems

@inproceedings{Brenner1991TechniquesFI,
  title={Techniques for integrating 3-D optical systems},
  author={Karl-Heinz Brenner},
  booktitle={Optics & Photonics},
  year={1991}
}
ABSTRACT Some of the main advantages of optics in processing are due to the 3D-nature of the optical wavefield. Current planar integration only utilizes one- or twodimensional light propagation in waveguides. Technologies to achieve an integration of classical optical components in three dimensions are available. 1 . INTRODUCTIONThe general goal of integration is to provide simpler fabrication, enhanced stability and compactness in theconstruction of complex systems. Presently the term… CONTINUE READING

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