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Focused Ion Beam Fabrication of Fiber Probes for Use in Near-Field Scanning Optical Microscopy (ISR IP)

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Inventors
Saeed Pilevar, Klaus Edinger, Walid Atia, Igor Smolyaninov, Christopher Davis

US Patent: 6,633,711

Description
A new focused ion-beam (FIB) fabrication method has been developed to produce very clean, well-defined and highly reproducible sub-wavelength fiber probes with metallic apertures of a desired diameter for use in near-field scanning optical microscopy (NSOM). The ion beam milling process can eliminate the obstruction of apertures caused by conventional metallic coating techniques, and thus increase the optical output.

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June 17, 2007


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