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Rigorous analysis of strong spherical wave gratings using a slice-and-cascade approach

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We present a numerical approach to computing diffraction from strong holograms of arbitrary fringe shape, e.g. plane-to-spherical. We compute the angular, shift and wavelength Bragg selectivities and compare with coupled wave and weak diffraction approaches.

© 2005 Optical Society of America

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