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Digital holographic storage system incorporating optical fixing

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Abstract

Digital holograms have been written in stoichiometric Pr:LiNbO3 in a two-color recording scheme, demonstrating what is to our knowledge the first all-optical nondestructive readout of digital data. Using writing light at 800 nm and gating light at 476 nm, we stored and retrieved 256-kbit digital data pages with a raw bit-error rate BER of <10-4.

© 1997 Optical Society of America

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