Abstract

We report on the formation of switchable holographic transmission gratings in polymer-dispersed liquid-crystal cells by use of the 633-nm wavelength of a He–Ne laser. We present results for the structure, diffraction efficiency, and switching characteristics of the gratings.

© 2005 Optical Society of America

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