Abstract

A new technique for holographic multiplexing is described. The advantages of the technique are that a single carrier is used, a volume hologram is not necessary, and the entire area of the photographic plate can be exposed to record the holograms of each of the signals to be multiplexed. The technique can be used for relatively noise-free, high-resolution holographic multiplexing of digital and continuous-tone signals.

© 1971 Optical Society of America

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