Abstract

Sharp multiple-beam fringes can be obtained with a nonlinearly recorded hologram. It is shown that the phase retardations that appear in diffracted waves from a hologram play important roles in defining the distribution of irradiance in the fringes. The method of measuring phase retardation is also shown.

© 1971 Optical Society of America

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