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Performance of Electrically Addressed Spatial Light Modulators

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Author(s)

Patrick Grother, M L. Hsieh, Craig I. Watson

Abstract

We address two important performance limitations of commonly available spatial light modulations. First we present a method for the determination of modulation transfer function and amplitude modulation from CCD captures of imaged gratings. Second, we describe a new method for estimating spatial non-uniformities and optical non-flatness of an entire LC panel.
Citation
Optical Pattern Recognition Conference

Keywords

MTF, non-flatness, spatial light modulator

Citation

Grother, P. , Hsieh, M. and Watson, C. (1999), Performance of Electrically Addressed Spatial Light Modulators, Optical Pattern Recognition Conference (Accessed May 27, 2024)

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Created March 2, 1999, Updated October 12, 2021