Abstract

We investigate the effect of data page misregistration, and its subsequent correction in postprocessing, on the storage density of holographic data storage systems. A numerical simulation is used to obtain the bit-error rate as a function of hologram aperture, page misregistration, pixel fill factors, and Gaussian additive intensity noise. Postprocessing of simulated data pages is performed by a nonlinear pixel shift compensation algorithm [Opt. Lett. 26, 542 (2001)]. The performance of this algorithm is analyzed in the presence of noise by determining the achievable areal density. The impact of inaccurate measurements of page misregistration is also investigated. Results show that the shift-compensation algorithm can provide almost complete immunity to page misregistration, although at some penalty to the baseline areal density offered by a system with zero tolerance to misalignment.

© 2003 Optical Society of America

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