Abstract

Analytical and experimental results that show novelty filtering, optical phase conjugation, and real-time edge enhancement by using optically addressed spatial light modulators that comprise amorphous silicon photodiodes and analog and binary ferroelectric liquid-crystal modulators are presented. The advantages of these devices for the above applications include high-speed, low-power operation and high spatial resolution.

© 1992 Optical Society of America

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