3 December 1980 Effects of Surface And Thin-Film Anomalies On Miniature Infrared Filters
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This paper will discuss the spectral and optical effects of coating ninholes, coating spatter, scratches, and digs. Limits to minimum physical filter dimensions will be presented. The advantages and disadvantages of alternate methods of miniature filter fabrication will be discussed.
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John K. Murphy, John K. Murphy, "Effects of Surface And Thin-Film Anomalies On Miniature Infrared Filters", Proc. SPIE 0246, Contemporary Infrared Sensors and Instruments, (3 December 1980); doi: 10.1117/12.959358; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.959358
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