It is shown that the cross talk in three-dimensional optical photochemical recording results in ineffectiveness of single-photon recording. For two-photon recording for a given allowed cross-talk level there are optimal distances between spots that provide the maximum memory density. Estimations show that real restrictions here are connected with the reading of information.
© 2004 Optical Society of America
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