Optical processing of acoustical holograms in a liquid crystal convertor

Beaulieu, R.; Dion, J. L.; Lessard, R. A.
September 1986
Applied Physics Letters;9/1/1986, Vol. 49 Issue 9, p483
Academic Journal
Acoustical image holograms have been recorded at 3.6 MHz using a specially designed nematic liquid crystal convertor. These holograms are reconstructed with He-Ne laser light. The figures presented illustrate the practicability of the system, particularly in the field of nondestructive testing.


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