binary optics

binary optics

[′bī·ner·ē ′äp·tiks]
(optics)
A technology that uses etching technology to produce optical elements with computer-generated microscopic surface relief patterns having two or more levels.
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The focus switches to devices in chapters discussing photovoltaic devices, optoelectronic devices, miniature solid-state lasers, optical modulators, optical fibers, ion-exchanged glass waveguides, design methodology for guided-wave photonic devices, optical data storage, holographic data storage, binary optics, and electronic displays.