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Rigorous coupled-wave diffraction analysis of stratified volume photopolymer holograms

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Stratified volume holograms (SVHs) have been studied1,2 in the layered structures of holograms that are useful for several applications in optical communication such as an optical wavelength-selective filter. The hitherto investigation was performed by using the beam propagation method (BPM) to emulate the SVH with thin (Raman-Nath) gratings, taking into no account the reflection at the boundaries. Here we develop a rigorous coupled-wave model to analyze the TE-polarized diffraction properties of stratified volume photopolymer holograms. The numerical and experimental angular selectivities of stratified holograms are shown.

© 1998 Optical Society of America

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