Narrow-bandpass filters for the far-infrared using double-half-wave designs

G. D. Holah, B. Davis, N. D. Morrison

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Abstract

This paper discusses and demonstrates the improvements in bandpass filters which result from the use of double-half-wave structures as compared to the more conventional Fabry-Pérot or single-half-wave systems. The improvements are in transmission and rejection of unwanted radiation. Examples are given at various wavelengths in the far-infrared. The filters all use metallic mesh and the close agreement between theoretical design and fabrication is demonstrated. © 1979.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)639-647
Number of pages9
JournalInfrared Physics
Volume19
Issue number6
Publication statusPublished - Dec 1979

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    Holah, G. D., Davis, B., & Morrison, N. D. (1979). Narrow-bandpass filters for the far-infrared using double-half-wave designs. Infrared Physics, 19(6), 639-647.