Abstract

In the present study, a series of holographic gratings were recorded in a single location of nickel-ion-doped photopolymer film using different methods of multiplexing. The uniformity of their diffraction efficiency was shown to improve by using an exposure time scheduling method for holographic recording. Thirty-five gratings were recorded in the 130 μm thick photopolymer material with M#=6.18 and an average diffraction efficiency of 3.24% using peristrophic multiplexing. In the next step, a combination of peristrophic and angular multiplexing was used for storing 50 gratings in the material with a dynamic range of 7 and a mean diffraction efficiency of 2.15%.

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