Near-Field Gaussian Lens Originating from Nonlinear Multilayer Structures: Application in "Dynamic Readout of Super-Resolution Pit Arrays on the Discs"
The super-resolution of the nonlinear multilayer structure is analyzed, and the results indicate that the super-resolution stems from the internal multi-interference. For the nonlinear Si-based thin film, the reflected spot size can be reduced to 0.5 times that of the original spot, and the super-resolution pit arrays on the discs are dynamically read out experimentally.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2009-02-01
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