Abstract

A novel method for writing holographic diffraction gratings is proposed in which the two interfering beams are moved together across the recording medium in such a way that the interference pattern at the medium is unchanged. The phase compensation is discussed both for an idealized setup and for a realistic experimental arrangement.

© 2001 Optical Society of America

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