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11 May 2011 Reduction of zero-order spatial frequencies by using binary intensity and phase modulations in holographic data storage
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Holographic data storage is a new optical technology which allows storing an important number of bits in a recording material. In this work, two different types of modulations, defocused binary intensity modulation and phase modulation, are compared to obtain which modulation could be the most suitable for holographic data storage. The best modulation would be the modulation with a homogeneous distribution of energy in the FT plane with no zero frequency peak.
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Elena Fernández, Andres Marquez, Diego Piñol, Javier Padilla, and Inmaculada Pascual "Reduction of zero-order spatial frequencies by using binary intensity and phase modulations in holographic data storage", Proc. SPIE 8074, Holography: Advances and Modern Trends II, 807414 (11 May 2011); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.887077
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