Investigation of Characteristics of Thick Diffraction Gratings by the Method of Laser Heterodyne Tomography
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A procedure of layer-by-layer investigations of characteristics of thick amplitude-phase gratings by the method of laser heterodyne tomography is presented. The parameters of a thick grating nonlinearly recorded on an additively colored crystal of calcium fluoride (CaF2 : Na) are estimated. The main theoretical postulates of laser heterodyne tomography are experimentally validated.
KeywordsLaser heterodyne tomography amplitude-phase diffraction grating collinear heterodyne photodetector acousto-optical scanning of the grating diffraction efficiency amplitude and phase components of the grating
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