Widely used as optical components to separate light into its component wavelengths, Wasatch Photonics’ holographic diffraction gratings are key components in spectrometers, hyperspectral imaging systems, spectral-domain optical coherence tomography, and other photonics technologies. Holographic gratings are typically generated by imaging a series of closely spaced parallel lines into a light-sensitive material using an interferometric set-up. Producing holographic diffraction gratings of spectroscopic quality requires a stable optical bench and laser as well as the highest quality optical components (mirrors, collimating optics).
Diffraction-limited mirrors used to produce ultra-high resolution holographic gratings
Company News Monday, November 21, 2022: Optical Surfaces Ltd.
Optical Surfaces Ltd.
is a leading international manufacturer of large diameter, ultra-smooth off-axis parabolic mirrors for demanding applications.
Looking to develop their next generation of
ultra-high resolution holographic diffraction gratings
– Wasatch Photonics (Logan, Utah, USA) commissioned Optical Surfaces Ltd. to manufacture two large diameter off-axis parabolic mirrors – key components in their production process.