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Shift-Peristrophic Multiplexing for High Density Holographic Data Storage
AbstractHolographic data storage is a promising technology that provides very large data storage capacity, and the multiplexing method plays a significant role in increasing this capacity. Various multiplexing methods have been previously researched. In the present study, we propose a shift-peristrophic multiplexing technique that uses spherical reference waves, and experimentally verify that this method efficiently increases the data capacity. In the proposed method, a series of holograms is recorded with shift multiplexing, in which the recording material is rotated with its axis perpendicular to the material’s surface. By iterating this procedure, multiplicity is shown to improve. This method achieves more than 1 Tbits/inch2 data density recording. Furthermore, a capacity increase of several TB per disk is expected by maximizing the recording medium performance.
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Ushiyama, Z.; Kurata, H.; Tsukamoto, Y.; Yoshida, S.; Yamamoto, M. Shift-Peristrophic Multiplexing for High Density Holographic Data Storage. Appl. Sci. 2014, 4, 148-157.View more citation formats
Ushiyama Z, Kurata H, Tsukamoto Y, Yoshida S, Yamamoto M. Shift-Peristrophic Multiplexing for High Density Holographic Data Storage. Applied Sciences. 2014; 4(2):148-157.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ushiyama, Zenta; Kurata, Hiroyuki; Tsukamoto, Yu; Yoshida, Shuhei; Yamamoto, Manabu. 2014. "Shift-Peristrophic Multiplexing for High Density Holographic Data Storage." Appl. Sci. 4, no. 2: 148-157.
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