The two-lambda method can provide a strategic approach to implement all-optical devices for communication wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) signal processing based on volume holography. By writing holograms at 488 nm in LiNbO/sub 3/:Fe and reading them in the third window of optical communication systems (1550 nm), the feasibility of WDM demultiplexers and holographic memories for digital bytes is here demonstrated.

1550 nm Volume Holography for Optical Communications Devices

BOFFI, PIERPAOLO;MARTINELLI, MARIO
2000

Abstract

The two-lambda method can provide a strategic approach to implement all-optical devices for communication wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) signal processing based on volume holography. By writing holograms at 488 nm in LiNbO/sub 3/:Fe and reading them in the third window of optical communication systems (1550 nm), the feasibility of WDM demultiplexers and holographic memories for digital bytes is here demonstrated.
Optical communications; holography; TLC
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