Effect of Photo-response Nonlinearity on the Diffraction Efficiency of Holograms
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The effect of the photo-response nonlinearity of a holographic material on the achievable diffraction efficiency of holograms has been studied. It has been shown that the interaction between the hologram form factor and the photo-response nonlinearity leads to an increase in diffraction efficiency compared to a linear photo-response. Numerical calculations for the photo-response nonlinearity corresponding to Reoxan phase holographic material are presented.
Keywordsholography diffraction efficiency form factor visibility degree of coherence Gaussian beam
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