Distributed Bragg Reflector
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A distributed Bragg reflector is a mirror structure which consists of an alternating sequence of layers of two different optical materials. The most frequently used design is that of a quarter-wave mirror, where each optical layer thickness corresponding to one quarter of the wavelength for which the mirror is designed. High reflectivity Distributed Bragg Reflector mirrors comprising of quarter wavelength stacks of epitaxial or dielectric layers are essential in various photonic active and passive devices. Enhancement for UV/Blue/Green

OBO provides distributed Bragg reflector coating  combine with low absorption and high reflection across all AOI; friendly film structures against SD cutter.

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