The optical layouts incorporating binary phase diffractive grating and a standard micro-objective were used for femtosecond microfabrication of periodical structures in fused silica. Two beams, generated in Talbot type interferometer, interfered on a surface and in the bulk of the sample. The method suggested allows better control over the transverse size of the grating pitch, and thus control the reflection strength of the waveguide or fibre grating. We present the examples of direct inscription of the sub-micrometer periodical structures using a 267 nm femtosecond laser radiation.
|Title of host publication||Optical Design and Engineering III|
|Editors||Laurent Mazuray, Rolf Wartmann, Andrew Wood, Jean-Luc Tissot, Jeffrey M. Raynor|
|Publication status||Published - 27 Sept 2008|
|Event||Optical Design and Engineering III - Glasgow, United Kingdom|
Duration: 2 Sept 2008 → 5 Sept 2008
|Conference||Optical Design and Engineering III|
|Period||2/09/08 → 5/09/08|
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- fiber Bragg gratings
- optical design
- optical engineering
- pulsed laser applications
- thickness measurement
- ultrashort pulses