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Home > News > Ion beams light way for 4wave fab process

August 16th, 2004

Ion beams light way for 4wave fab process

Abstract:
4Wave Inc. wants to prove that its small technology is no optical illusion. Applying a precision technique known as ion sputtering, Sterling, Va.-based 4Wave produces atomically thin films used for making next-generation optical chips. The 4Wave chips integrate four distinct optical filters and a reflective mirror on a flat glass surface.

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