Abstract

Several techniques for the holographic representation of any bandlimited space-variant system by spatially sampling the input plane and multiplexing the respective system transfer functions have been previously described. This paper describes an alternative multiplexing technique in which the transfer functions are sampled in the Fourier plane to produce the multiplexed holograms. Various techniques for generating multiple copies of the input function that are required during playback are considered. Experimental results using computer-multiplexed holograms are also presented.

© 1981 Optical Society of America

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