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2 . Even at a high η of 10 − 2 per page, the limit can be reached if the material has a n of slightly more than 10 − 2 . ” Other parameters are the same as those used in Fig. 14. 2 , even though the medium thickness has increased three-fold. However, because of the smaller available n of about 10 − 4 of most known crystals, it is not easy to reach the optics limit unless very low η can be tolerated. That implies that very low medium noise is needed. ” Another important point to be made is that the curves in Figs.
2 , even though the medium thickness has increased three-fold. However, because of the smaller available n of about 10 − 4 of most known crystals, it is not easy to reach the optics limit unless very low η can be tolerated. That implies that very low medium noise is needed. ” Another important point to be made is that the curves in Figs. 14 and 15 are not much different. This is simply the result of the fact that when one records a hologram from the same side of the material, the useful k space is about the same if the external angles are the same.
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