Abstract

The multiplicative and low-bandpass filtering characteristics of real-time holograms in photorefractive media are used as a basis for a baseband frequency demodulator by means of holographic homodyne detection. We experimentally demonstrate the demodulation of spatial bandpass signals in the kilohertz regime and homodyne detection in the gigahertz regime.

© 1994 Optical Society of America

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