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High Capacity Data Storage Inspired from Lippmann Interference Photography

Gilles Pauliat

Abstract

Lippmann interference architectures are alternatives to holographic memories for high capacity data storage. In these systems, the image beam carrying the information data interferes with its reflection onto a mirror: no external reference beam is required. We implemented such a page‐oriented architecture using wavelength multiplexing and we report results obtained in a photopolymer material. We will also discuss the main advantages/drawbacks of such architectures compared to more conventional holographic arrangements.

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hal-00724635 , version 1 (22-08-2012)

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Gilles Pauliat. High Capacity Data Storage Inspired from Lippmann Interference Photography. Optical Data Storage Workshop (ODS), Jun 2012, Tucson, United States. ⟨hal-00724635⟩
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