Blazed-binary gratings for which a blazed effect with binary etches is achieved under normal incidence offer first-order diffraction efficiencies larger than those of blazed-échelette gratings in the resonance domain [Opt. Lett. <b>23</b> 1081 (1998)]. We provide further insight into the behavior of blazed-binary gratings and show that they operate efficiently under symmetrical mounting and over a wide field-angle interval. These properties are illustrated with theoretical and experimental results obtained for an ≈1000-line/mm grating at 633 nm.
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Mane-Si Laure Lee, Philippe Lalanne, Jean-Claude Rodier, and Edmond Cambril, "Wide-field-angle behavior of blazed-binary gratings in the resonance domain," Opt. Lett. 25, 1690-1692 (2000)