Abstract

The phase modulating capabilities of a commercially available liquid crystal television (LCTV) have been investigated and applied to the joint transform optical correlator architecture. Operating the LCTV in a phase modulating mode requires a much smaller coherent light source while still producing a good joint transform power spectrum and good correlation signals.

© 1991 Optical Society of America

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