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Multichannel Filter

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Multichannel Filter

Multichannel filters differ from conventional bandpass filters by allowing only one continuous band of light to pass through it, allowing two or more bands of light to pass through.


Multi-channel filters can be achieved on a filter to achieve the need for multiple general filter stack to achieve the effect, making the design more compact, and can reduce costs.


This filter in the optical communications, infrared and medical applications have a wide range.

Multichannel filters

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