In this paper, a dynamic information routing architecture, which
uses fixed volume holograms accessed by a ferroelectric liquid crystal
spatial light modulator (SLM), is presented. The interconnects are therefore
reconfigurable at the SLM frame rate. The design of two routing
networks is presented, and experimental results are given for each network.
Since multiple-exposure holographic recording is necessary to implement
these networks, results demonstrating maximum diffraction efficiency
holographic recording in LiNbO3 are presented.