Learn more about new trends in spectroscopy and how diffraction grating technology can enable these innovations.
Many factors can impact diffraction gratings during manufacturing and result in quality issues such as ghosts, light scatter, and other errors.
Spectroscopy is used across a wide array of industries and relies on diffraction gratings to facilitate research, analysis, and other critical scientific functions.
This blog provides an overview of the angular dispersion equation, its role in optical component manufacturing, and how it ensures diffraction gratings are well-suited to their applications.
Read an overview of the various types of diffraction gratings, including echelle gratings, dual blaze diffraction gratings, and more.
This blog explores how fused silica is used in optical components, why it’s an effective material for this industry, and its properties.
Learn about the difference between stock and custom diffraction grating masters to help decide which is best for your specific application.
Beamsplitters are optical components that split light into two. Read on to learn what makes them unique and how they are used.
The following are samples of various Spectral Coating Curves.