Abstract

Four holograms are recorded superimposed on the same plate at maximum repetition rates of about 10 kHz. A multiply Q-switched ruby laser produces the series of coherent light pulses for hologram exposure. Image separation of different holograms is achieved by spatial frequency multiplexing. The reference beam direction is altered by a unique acoustooptic beam splitter and deflector unit. The operating principle is a sound pulse–light pulse interception technique. Only one ultrasonic transducer is necessary. The quality of the holograms is demonstrated by the reconstructed images taken of laser produced cavitation bubbles following optical breakdown in water.

© 1978 Optical Society of America

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