Applied Physics Letters
A structure for an electro-optically controlled liquid crystal diffraction grating is proposed, which can dramatically simplify the fabrication process of liquid crystal optical gratings. The structure consists of two alternating stripes. Each stripe is a hybrid liquid crystal cell with adjacent stripes oriented perpendicularly. This kind of electro-optically controlled diffraction grating in principle gives 100% diffraction efficiency and no polarization direction dependence. The detailed fabrication process is presented. (C) 1995 American Institute of Physics.
Chen, J.; Johnson, D. L.; Bos, Philip J.; Sprunt, S.; Lando, J.; and Mann, J. A. Jr. (1996). Radially and Azimuthally Oriented Liquid Crystal Alignment Patterns Fabricated By Linearly Polarized Ultraviolet Exposure Process. Applied Physics Letters 68(7), 885-887. doi: 10.1063/1.116219 Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kent.edu/cpippubs/371