Holographic 3D disks
Shift multiplexing is a holographic storage method implemented with spherical wave reference beams. We present the main properties of shift multiplexing, compare it with angle multiplexing, and describe the design of a holographic 3D disk system that is capable of storing 12.4 bits/mu m2 using this method.
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