Four-zone reflective polarization conversion plate
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Binary diffraction optical element was designed for polarization conversion from linear to radial. A grating period was equal to 400 nm, a relief height was equal to 110 nm. Simulation by FDTD method and Rayleight-Zommerfeld integral shown that there are radial polarized light beam in the far field with smooth angle dependence on the beam circle observation position. It was shown experimentally, that a gaussian laser beam with wavelength of 633 nm reflected from the polarization conversion plate contain a radially polarized light.
Nalimov , A G , Stafeev , S S , O'Faolain , L & Kotlyar , V V 2014 , Four-zone reflective polarization conversion plate . in E A Genina , V L Derbov , K V Larin , D E Postnov & V V Tuchin (eds) , Saratov Fall Meeting 2014 : Optical Technologies in Biophysics and Medicine XVI; Laser Physics and Photonics XVI; and Computational Biophysics . vol. 9448 , Proceedings of SPIE , vol. 9448 , SPIE . DOI: 10.1117/12.2180028
Saratov Fall Meeting 2014
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DescriptionThe work was partially funded by the Russian Foundation Basic Research grants ## 13-07-97008, 14-07-31092, and 14-07-97039, the Russian Federation Presidential grant for state support of young Russian scientists with Candidate's degree MK-4816.2014.2, and the Russian Federation Presidential grant for state support of young Russian scientists with Doctor’s degree MD-1929.2013.2.
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