Abstract

Using Fe-doped LiNbO3 crystals we have constructed Lippmann-type holograms where access both in writing and in reading is performed electrically. Discussions are given for the interlayer cross talks in a stacked structure. Device operations are demonstrated with a double-layered memory.

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