Abstract

Conventional computer-generated-hologram-based holographic data storage (CGH-HDS) needs to use a multilevel modulatable spatial light modulator (SLM). A binary SLM usually has a higher refresh rate than a multilevel one, and it enables HDS to increase the data transfer rate. To increase the data transfer rate by using a binary SLM, the introduction of a binary CGH is proposed. In general, a binary CGH degrades the image quality of reconstructed intensity distribution and emphasizes high spatial frequency components of datapages. In the proposed method, reconstructed intensity distributions that satisfy image quality as datapages can be obtained with low-pass filtering with an aperture at a plane of a recording medium. The optimum size of an aperture is numerically evaluated. The proposed method is experimentally verified. Moreover, the proposed method can achieve single and multiplexed recording of three datapages by a spherical reference beam with a binary CGH.

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» Visualization 1       Three datapages are reconstructed by using the spherical reference beam with a binary CGH.

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