Multi-Cavity Bandpass Filters Set Bandpass Benchmark

Alluxa reveals a unique class of multi-cavity ultra-narrow bandpass filters with 0.1 nm bandwidths and OD6 blocking. The company now offers a 532-nm multi-cavity filter that has a FWHM of 0.1 nm while maintaining over 80% transmission. The innovative ultra-narrow filters have wide-ranging uses including improving signal-to-noise ratios in applications such as Lidar for autonomous vehicles, astronomy, laser-line clean up, free-space communication, and fusion research. To learn more, visit Alluxa’ and/or visit Alluxa’s booth #4482 at Photonics West 2019, Moscone Center, San Francisco, Feb. 5 - 7, 2019.

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