Design of a Wide Bandwidth Switchable Mirror Based on a Liquid Crystal EtalonJournal of Applied Physics
AbstractWe propose the design for a switchable mirror with high efficiency and a 30 nm bandwidth. The device is based on a liquid crystal filled etalon. Broad bandwidth is achieved through the use of integrated half-wave layers into the dielectric stack design, while high efficiency is achieved using a polarization independent liquid crystal effect. Potential applications in the area of displays are also presented.
Citation InformationEnkh-Amgalan Dorjgotov, Philip J. Bos and Achintya Bhowmik. "Design of a Wide Bandwidth Switchable Mirror Based on a Liquid Crystal Etalon" Journal of Applied Physics Vol. 105 Iss. 10 (2009)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/philip_bos/46/