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M-type thick holograms in bacteriorhodopsin films with a high-divergence reference beam

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Abstract

The capacity to use differing read and write wavelengths for reconstructing volume holograms recorded in a shift-multiplexing geometry is analyzed and realized for M-type volume holograms recorded on bacteriorhodopsin films. The intensity distribution in the reconstructed wave is calculated as a function of the parameters of the recording and readout beams. Optimal recording and retrieving geometries, as well as a precise method for tuning the readout setup, are suggested.

© 1998 Optical Society of America

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