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Narrow band resonant grating of 100% reflection under normal incidence

Abstract : A resonant grating mirror comprising a multilayer submirror and a grating slab waveguide submirror exhibiting constructive mutual reflection is shown experimentally to provide zero transmission. Its reflection line width of less than 1 nm, its polarization selectivity and low overall loss make the device usable as a longitudinal mode filter in a disk laser in the 1000-1100 nm wavelength range.
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Nathalie Destouches, J.C. Pommier, O. Parriaux, T. Clausnitzer, N. Lyndin, et al.. Narrow band resonant grating of 100% reflection under normal incidence. Optics Express, Optical Society of America - OSA Publishing, 2006, 14, pp.12613-12622. ⟨ujm-00122900⟩

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