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25 October 2011 Accurate generation of structure light fields by means of phase synthetic holograms
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Structured light fields, defined as laser beams which amplitude and phase distributions have been shaped to take physical forms with a high degree of complexity, are of great interest in several areas in optics due to their wide variety of applications. Such fields, in order to maintain their properties, must be generated in the most efficient and accurate way possible. Phase synthetic holograms (PSH) implemented on liquid crystal spatial light modulators (LC-SLM), have proved to be a powerful method to generate structured light fields. In this work we use six different holographic codes that we consider the most representative found in literature, to numerically evaluate their performance when parabolic beams (PBs) are encoded. Also, we present some experimental results that are obtained when the holograms are implemented on a liquid crystal spatial light modulator.
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Rosibel Carrada and Víctor Arrizón "Accurate generation of structure light fields by means of phase synthetic holograms", Proc. SPIE 8011, 22nd Congress of the International Commission for Optics: Light for the Development of the World, 80111Y (25 October 2011);

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