Abstract

Dynamic polarization-holographic gratings with a different profile of anisotropy in the band are presented. Polarization-sensitive recording materials of two types are used: material possessing high dark relaxation and highly reversible material without dark relaxation in which the recorded grating is erased by a circularly polarized beam. For a grating recorded by two orthogonally circularly polarized beams a diffraction efficiency of 20% has been obtained at 3.5W/cm2 power density during 1 ms recording/erasing time. An all-optical cross commutator based on the matrix of dynamic reprogrammable polarization-holographic microholograms is considered. The amplification of the weak beam at two-wave mixing in polarization-sensitive materials has been shown, with an obtained amplification coefficient of 4.95.

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