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Readout of a real-time hologram in bacteriorhodopsin film with high diffraction efficiency and intensity

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Abstract

A scheme for the readout of a hologram recorded in bacteriorhodopsin film with high diffraction efficiency and intensity is suggested and demonstrated. Two weak coherent continuous beams function as the recording beams, and a strong light pulse is used to read the real-time hologram. The width of the readout light pulse is modulated to be short compared with the erase time of the reading beam; the time space between two adjacent pulses is ensured to be longer than the time the beams take to recover the hologram, and high diffraction efficiency and intensity (~11 mW/cm2) can be obtained.

© 1996 Optical Society of America

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