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Directionality of an Electrically-Addressable Spatial Light Modulator and its Application to a Joint Transform Correlator

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Author(s)

M L. Hsieh, E G. Paek, Charles L. Wilson, K Y. Hsu

Abstract

Conventional electrically addressable spatial light modulators turned out to have different transfer function along the fast (horizontal) and the slow (vertical) directions. This feature is utilized to increase the performance of a joint transform correlator and also prove it by optical experiment.
Proceedings Title
1999 Snowmass Topical Meetings on Spatial light modulators, Sponsored By the Optical Society of America
Conference Dates
November 23, 0098
Conference Title
Spatial Light Modulators Meeting

Keywords

modulator, directionality, joint transform correlator, liquid crystal spatial light, spatial light modulator

Citation

Hsieh, M. , Paek, E. , Wilson, C. and Hsu, K. (1998), Directionality of an Electrically-Addressable Spatial Light Modulator and its Application to a Joint Transform Correlator, 1999 Snowmass Topical Meetings on Spatial light modulators, Sponsored By the Optical Society of America (Accessed June 23, 2024)

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Created December 1, 1998, Updated February 17, 2017