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Shift-multiplexed holographic memory using the two-lambda method

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Abstract

We present theoretical and experimental results on the application of the two-lambda method for prolonged readout of holographic memories to shift multiplexing implemented with a spherical-wave reference beam.

© 1996 Optical Society of America

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