Abstract

An expression for the required special bandwidth of a computer generated hologram is desired using results from the theory of frequency modulation. The expression is the same as a rule of thumb first presented by Lee. A simple quantization error model is presented for one type of nondetour phase class. It is shown that this hologram may be used to achieve a near optimum simulation of the quantization problem for random phase images.

© 1980 Optical Society of America

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Neal C. Gallagher and James A. Bucklew, "Nondetour phase digital holograms: an analysis: errata," Appl. Opt. 19, 4266-4272 (1980)
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