23 March 1995 Photon-gated intensity effect upon holographic storage for thin layers of methyl-orange-dye-doped polyvinyl alcohol
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Abstract
The photon-gated intensity effect upon holographic storage for thin layers of polyvinyl alcohol matrices doped methyl orange dyes is investigated. The dynamic curves for grating growing and decay are given for different gating intensity. The time that grating gets to saturation becomes short. The maximum diffraction efficiency of the grating gets little with the rise of gating light intensity. The proper intensity Ar-ion laser can erase grating. The erasing velocity is proportional to erasing light intensity. The modulation transfer function is measured for writing beams having different polarization states.
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Yichun Liu, Yichun Liu, Haiyu Wang, Haiyu Wang, Mingzheng Tiang, Mingzheng Tiang, Xianggui Kong, Xianggui Kong, Shihua Huang, Shihua Huang, Jiaqi Yu, Jiaqi Yu, } "Photon-gated intensity effect upon holographic storage for thin layers of methyl-orange-dye-doped polyvinyl alcohol", Proc. SPIE 2405, Holographic Materials, (23 March 1995); doi: 10.1117/12.205357; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.205357
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