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11 July 2007 Opto-mechatronics issues in solid immersion lens based near-field recording
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Proceedings Volume 6620, Optical Data Storage 2007; 66201U (2007) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.738954
Event: Optical Data Storage 2007, 2007, Portland, OR, United States
Abstract
We analyzed the effects of an external shock on a collision problem in a solid immersion lens (SIL) based near-field recording (NFR) through a shock response analysis and proposed a possible solution to this problem with adopting a protector and safety mode. With this proposed method the collision between SIL and media can be avoided. We showed possible solution for contamination problem in SIL based NFR through a numerical air flow analysis. We also introduced possible solid immersion lens designs to increase the fabrication and assembly tolerances of an optical head with replicated lens. Potentially, these research results could advance NFR technology for commercial product.
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No-Cheol Park, Yong-Joong Yoon, Yong-Hyun Lee, Joong-Gon Kim, Wan-Chin Kim, Hyun Choi, Seungho Lim, Tae-Man Yang, Moon-Ho Choi, Hyunseok Yang, Yoon-Chul Rhim, and Young-Pil Park "Opto-mechatronics issues in solid immersion lens based near-field recording", Proc. SPIE 6620, Optical Data Storage 2007, 66201U (11 July 2007); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.738954
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