Abstract

The strikingly opposite dependences of PROM and PRIZ electrooptic spatial light modulator resolution and sensitivity on operating mode have been modeled by including the effects of bulk charge distributions on the longitudinal and transverse fields. It is shown that the relative performance of PROM and PRIZ devices is strongly influenced by the choice of operating mode and by the quality of the dielectric blocking layers.

© 1982 Optical Society of America

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