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Title: Loss-induced Phase-sensitive Spatial Light Modulator with a Wide Field of View
Authors: Huang, Man-Fang;Elsa Garmire
Contributors: 光電科技研究所
Date: 1994-05
Issue Date: 2012-08-07T06:16:41Z
Publisher: Optical Society of America
Abstract: We investigate the feasibility of achieving practical phase modulation by changing only the absorption of the device. We present a spatial light modulator that consists of a three-mirror cavity with lossy slabs inserted between the mirrors. When only the absorption of these slabs is changed, this device can have a gradual change in phase, but no intensity modulation. Theoretical analysis by the use of numbers appropriate to multiple quantum wells shows that the total phase-tuning range can be as large as 2π with an absorption coefficient change of less than 9000 cm-1; the length of each multiple-quantum-well slab is ~ 1.5 µm. This gives an expected 16° field of view with the nanosecond speed typical of semiconductors.
Relation: Applied Optics, 33(14): 2856-2860
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