Holographic storage of multiple high-capacity digital data pages in thick photopolymer systems

Lisa Dhar, Kevin Curtis, Michael Tackitt, Marcia Schilling, Scott Camphell, William Wilson, Adrian Hill, Carol Boyd, Nicholas Levinos, Alex Harris

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Multiple digital data pages (480 kbits per page) were holographically recorded and retrieved with low bit-error rates in thick (∼250- and ∼500-μm) photopolymer media. The photopolymer systems were fabricated with the optical quality and low level of scatter required for digital data storage. We believe that these results represent the first demonstration of holographic storage of high-capacity digital data pages in photopolymer media with the thickness that will be required for such storage densities.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1710-1712
Number of pages3
JournalOptics Letters
Volume23
Issue number21
Publication statusPublished - Nov 1 1998

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Dhar, L., Curtis, K., Tackitt, M., Schilling, M., Camphell, S., Wilson, W., ... Harris, A. (1998). Holographic storage of multiple high-capacity digital data pages in thick photopolymer systems. Optics Letters, 23(21), 1710-1712.

Holographic storage of multiple high-capacity digital data pages in thick photopolymer systems. / Dhar, Lisa; Curtis, Kevin; Tackitt, Michael; Schilling, Marcia; Camphell, Scott; Wilson, William; Hill, Adrian; Boyd, Carol; Levinos, Nicholas; Harris, Alex.

In: Optics Letters, Vol. 23, No. 21, 01.11.1998, p. 1710-1712.

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Dhar, L, Curtis, K, Tackitt, M, Schilling, M, Camphell, S, Wilson, W, Hill, A, Boyd, C, Levinos, N & Harris, A 1998, 'Holographic storage of multiple high-capacity digital data pages in thick photopolymer systems', Optics Letters, vol. 23, no. 21, pp. 1710-1712.
Dhar L, Curtis K, Tackitt M, Schilling M, Camphell S, Wilson W et al. Holographic storage of multiple high-capacity digital data pages in thick photopolymer systems. Optics Letters. 1998 Nov 1;23(21):1710-1712.
Dhar, Lisa ; Curtis, Kevin ; Tackitt, Michael ; Schilling, Marcia ; Camphell, Scott ; Wilson, William ; Hill, Adrian ; Boyd, Carol ; Levinos, Nicholas ; Harris, Alex. / Holographic storage of multiple high-capacity digital data pages in thick photopolymer systems. In: Optics Letters. 1998 ; Vol. 23, No. 21. pp. 1710-1712.
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