Abstract

Optical memory based on heterodyne-detected accumulated photon echoes has been demonstrated in dye-doped polymers. Compared with previously developed time-domain optical memory, writing and reading of higher bit data is possible owing to the superior time resolution of this method.

© 1989 Optical Society of America

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