Abstract

A method of computer generating binary holograms based on the decomposition of a complex value into two phase quantities is described. Each Fourier transform cell is divided into subcells, and phase quantities are encoded by the detour phase technique. Noise due to the displacement of the subcells and the phase coding is discussed. Methods of suppressing this noise are also included.

© 1978 Optical Society of America

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