Abstract

A computer-generated hologram with minimum spatial complexity is proposed for encoding arbitrary complex transmittance with low-resolution phase-modulation devices. The phase modulation of the proposed hologram is determined such that on-axis reconstruction with high signal-to-noise ratio, optimum reconstruction efficiency, and the largest possible signal bandwidth can be obtained.

© 2003 Optical Society of America

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