1 July 2003 Spatial sampling in pixelated-metal-mirror ferroelectric-liquid-crystal optically addressed spatial-light-modulator devices
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We examine the spatial resolution of pixelated-metal-mirror (PMM) ferroelectric-liquid-crystal (FLC) optically addressed spatial light modulators (OASLMs). To characterize the resolution of OASLM devices, their diffraction efficiency is measured as a function of the spatial frequency of the write image. The results show that aliasing is produced by the PMM devices, which correspond qualitatively with the predictions of sampling theory.
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Solon Mias, Solon Mias, Neil Collings, Neil Collings, Timothy David Wilkinson, Timothy David Wilkinson, Stuart D. Coomber, Stuart D. Coomber, Maurice Stanley, Maurice Stanley, William A. Crossland, William A. Crossland, } "Spatial sampling in pixelated-metal-mirror ferroelectric-liquid-crystal optically addressed spatial-light-modulator devices," Optical Engineering 42(7), (1 July 2003). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.1579705 . Submission:
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