Abstract

We demonstrate one-dimensional linear image differentiation, using an array of symmetric self-electro-optic effect devices with 64 × 32 elements. The device operates with pairs of power-supply beams. The spatial derivative, which may be of either sign, is given as the difference in the reflected output powers.

© 1994 Optical Society of America

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