7 July 2006 Application of photoinduced dynamic lens for enhancing the resolution of an optical addressing system
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The method of increasing the resolution of an optical addressing system is proposed. To increase the resolution, a nonlinear element, a cell filled with dye solution, is placed in the focal plane of the focusing lens. A dynamic lens induced by a controllable light beam in a photochrome dye is used. The performance of the dynamic lens formed in the photochrome medium was investigated. The results of investigation of a reversible light-sensitive crown-bearing medium are presented. It was found experimentally that the resolution of the optical addressing system can be increased by an order of magnitude if the solution of a phitichrome crown-bearing dye is used. The article is arranged as follows. In p. 2, the principle of the new addressing system with the increased resolution is described; its main advantages compared to conventional systems are illustrated. In p. 3, a new nonlinear element is described. The prototype of the element is implemented. Its properties are investigated. In p. 4, the results of experiments are presented.
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Yu. N. Perepelitsyn, Yu. N. Perepelitsyn, V. K. Salakhutdinov, V. K. Salakhutdinov, } "Application of photoinduced dynamic lens for enhancing the resolution of an optical addressing system", Proc. SPIE 6164, Saratov Fall Meeting 2005: Coherent Optics of Ordered and Random Media VI, 61640L (7 July 2006); doi: 10.1117/12.695262; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.695262
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