Abstract

We investigate an incremental recording technique for multiplexed hologram storage in photorefractive crystals, in which each hologram is recorded with multiple short exposures. The performance is theoretically compared with that of scheduled (single exposure per hologram) recording. Our analysis shows that this technique systematically controls the signal uniformity and can also decrease the total recording time. We present an experimental demonstration with LiNbO3 using a binary orthogonal phase-code addressing technique.

© 1991 Optical Society of America

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