Abstract

As many as 5000 holograms of high-resolution images (320 × 220 pixels) have been stored within a single crystal of Fe:LiNbO3. The nominal angle between the reference beam and the object beam was 90°. Fractal-space multiplexing was used to increase the storage bandwidth.

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