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Realization of high-performance holographic data storage: the InPhase Technologies demonstration platform
Author(s): William L. Wilson; Kevin R. Curtis; Ken E. Anderson; Michael C. Tackitt; Adrian J. Hill; M. Pane; C. Stanhope; T. Earhart; W. Loechel; C. Bergman; K. Wolfgang; C. Shuman; G. Hertrich; K. Pharris; K. Malang; B. Riley; M. Ayres
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Paper Abstract

An overview of the InPhase Technologies holographic demonstration platform is presented. This compact, mobile system is a fully functional holographic recordable drive complete with custom optics and custom control and channel electronics. The development of this device paves the way for the commercialization of this technology.

Paper Details

Date Published: 8 December 2003
PDF: 14 pages
Proc. SPIE 5216, Organic Holographic Materials and Applications, (8 December 2003); doi: 10.1117/12.506055
Show Author Affiliations
William L. Wilson, InPhase Technologies (United States)
Kevin R. Curtis, InPhase Technologies (United States)
Ken E. Anderson, InPhase Technologies (United States)
Michael C. Tackitt, InPhase Technologies (United States)
Adrian J. Hill, InPhase Technologies (United States)
M. Pane, InPhase Technologies (United States)
C. Stanhope, InPhase Technologies (United States)
T. Earhart, InPhase Technologies (United States)
W. Loechel, InPhase Technologies (United States)
C. Bergman, InPhase Technologies (United States)
K. Wolfgang, InPhase Technologies (United States)
C. Shuman, InPhase Technologies (United States)
G. Hertrich, InPhase Technologies (United States)
K. Pharris, InPhase Technologies (United States)
K. Malang, InPhase Technologies (United States)
B. Riley, InPhase Technologies (United States)
M. Ayres, InPhase Technologies (United States)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 5216:
Organic Holographic Materials and Applications
Klaus Meerholz, Editor(s)

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