1 February 1994 Total internal reflection holography for optical interconnections
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Optical Engineering, 33(2), (1994). doi:10.1117/12.153167
Abstract
We applied near-field total internal reflection holography to solve the problems of miniaturization of lenslet arrays. A regular 100 x 100 lenslet array with a 390-μm focal length and a nonregular lenslet array for clock distribution to a specially designed VLSI circuit were recorded in a planar-optics configuration. We also developed an appropriate recording technique to satisfy both the low-aberration condition and the Bragg condition, despite a wavelength shift between the recording and readout.
Damien Prongue, Hans Peter Herzig, "Total internal reflection holography for optical interconnections," Optical Engineering 33(2), (1 February 1994). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.153167
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Holography

Holographic optical elements

Diffraction

Holograms

Photomasks

Spherical lenses

Very large scale integration

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