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23 January 2002 Progress in read-write fast-access volume holographic data storage
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We review recent progress made towards commercializable read-write, fast-access holographic data storage. This includes a recent demonstration of high areal density holographic storage, systems architectures for extending this high density to high capacity using phase-conjugate readout, and recent experimental progress along these lines. Other topics include using signal processing to relieve alignment and distortion constraints, optical elements for improving beam uniformity, and most importantly, requirements and prospects for improved photorefractive materials for two-color, gated nonvolatile holographic storage.
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Geoffrey W. Burr, Erwin Mecher, Thorsten Juchem, Hans J. Coufal, C. Michael Jefferson, Mark C. Jurich, Francisco Gallego, Klaus Meerholz, Norbert A. Hampp, John A. Hoffnagle, Roger M. Macfarlane, and Robert M. Shelby "Progress in read-write fast-access volume holographic data storage", Proc. SPIE 4459, Photorefractive Fiber and Crystal Devices: Materials, Optical Properties, and Applications VII, and Optical Data Storage, (23 January 2002); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.454035
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