Imaging gratings for multiorder microspectrometers realized by interference lithography using supplementary holograms

Burkhardt, Matthias; Dobschal, Hans-Jürgen; Sinzinger, Stefan GND; Brunner, Robert

The strong demand for rugged and miniaturized spectrometers is driven by applications such as in-line process control in pharmacy or in agri-food business. In this contribution we present the concept and the experimental results of a realized miniaturized optical spectrometer working in a multi-order principle. This concept allows high optical performance while simultaneously the necessary construction space shrinks drastically.

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Burkhardt, M., Dobschal, H.-J., Sinzinger Prof. Dr. rer. nat. habil., S., Brunner, R., DGaO-Jahrestagung, (Brescia), ., 2009. Imaging gratings for multiorder microspectrometers realized by interference lithography using supplementary holograms. DGaO-Proceedings, DGaO-Proceedings 110, 2009, B31.
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