Abstract

We describe an experimental system that programs three-dimensional optical fields to 200-fs resolution over a 10-ps window by using photorefractive volume reflection holograms in lithium niobate. These pulsed images are detected with an imaging interferometric cross correlator.

© 1995 Optical Society of America

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