Abstract

Because of its alterability and stability, an MnBi thin film is a potential candidate for the storage medium in a read–write–erase in situ holographic optical memory. The conditions and the physical mechanism of holographic storage will be discussed, together with experimental results. A simple holographic memory system will be proposed which uses the same write-in reference beam for readout beam.

© 1972 Optical Society of America

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