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    NachhaltigAngewandte Naturwissenschaften und WirtschaftsingenieurwesenTC Teisnach 2 Sensorik

    Patent

    L. Ross, S. Kufner, Maria Kufner, W. Foß, M. Bock, F. Baetz

    Method for producing an optical splitter cascade and optical assembly

    2012

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    An optical assembly, which is in particular in the form of a splitter component with a so-called splitter forming a passive optical component, is produced particularly inexpensively. In a first step a plurality of splitters are produced on a common wafer by forming a corresponding conductor track pattern. In a second step optical fibers are coupled simultaneously to the connection sides of the individual splitters with the aid of a connection carrier. Then, in a third step the individual splitters with the connection carriers connected thereto are separated form one another. Only one common coupling operation for a large number of splitters is required. The splitters may then be connected to form a splitter cascade.

    NachhaltigAngewandte Naturwissenschaften und WirtschaftsingenieurwesenTC Teisnach 2 Sensorik

    Patent

    H.-J. Guttmann, Maria Kufner, S. Kufner, L. Ross, A. Weinert

    Passive optical component for use as combiner in optical plug connection system for connection of light wave spacer in high speed fiber lasers, has support substrate halves connected with guide halves such the guide halves form wave guides

    2011

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    The optical component (2), in particular a passive component (2) with an optical waveguide pattern (18) integrated in a carrier substrate (4), is designed in particular as a combiner for a high-power fiber laser. The device (2) has two preferably identical planar carrier substrate halves (4A, 4B) with integrated waveguide halves (6A, 6B) formed by field-enhanced ion diffusion. The two carrier substrate halves (4A, 4B) are bonded together without the use of a polymeric adhesive such that the respective waveguide halves (6A, 6B) form a waveguide (6). As a result, a higher design possibility in the formation of the waveguide pattern (18) is possible in comparison to conventional fusible couplers and it can be coupled to a variety of common types of optical fiber, including those that can not be used in fused couplers.