Abstract

Experimental evidence that the cross talk that is due to Bragg degeneracy of the multiplexed volume holograms in a self-pumped phase conjugator at the Fourier plane is reduced along the horizontal direction but not the vertical direction is described. A qualitative explanation is given, and its implication on other anisotropic properties of Fourier-transformed volume holograms under broad conditions is discussed.

© 1992 Optical Society of America

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