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Total-internal-reflection Holographic Photo-lithography by Using Incoherent Light

비가간섭광을 이용한 내부전반사 홀로그래픽 리소그라피

  • Published : 2009.12.25

Abstract

Recently, with increasing demand for flat-panel display product, methods for large area patterning are required. TIR (total internal reflection) holographic photo-lithography isstudied as one of the methods of large area lithography. In conventional TIR holography, light sources for hologram recording and image reconstruction are coherent beams such as laser beams. If the image is reconstructed with an incoherent light source such a UV lamp, the image noise from the coherence of light will be reduced and the UV lamp will be a better light source for large area exposure. We analyzed the effect of spectral bandwidth and angular bandwidth of the light source in image reconstruction and verified image blurring with experiments. For large area patterning which has micro-scale line width, it is expected that TIR holographic photo lithography by UV lamp will become a low-noise and low-priced technique.

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