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Optical properties of broadband reflection holograms

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Abstract

The optical properties of highly chirped gratings of broadband reflection-type volume phase holograms are evaluated by a ray-tracing approach. The deformation of the fringes as well as the change of refractive index is attributed to swelling during processing. For high-efficiency holograms the problem can be reduced to geometric optics. The power density distribution in the focus of an on-axis mirror is calculated by a Monte Carlo integration. The results are discussed for replay conditions that are relevant for photovoltaic applications.

© 1994 Optical Society of America

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