Journal of Applied Physics
We 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.
Dorjgotov, Enkh-Amgalan; Bos, Philip J.; and Bhowmik, Achintya (2009). Design of a Wide Bandwidth Switchable Mirror Based on a Liquid Crystal Etalon. Journal of Applied Physics 105(10). doi: 10.1063/1.3130122 Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kent.edu/cpippubs/120