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Thus, the total rms interpage cross-talk noise is confined to Let us estimate the interpage cross-talk for the previous example with θR = θS = 23◦ and F = 2. 34. For α = 2 (2π-criteria), p0 < 1, and therefore the first term in Eq. (24) does not contribute. 083 or SNRpe ≥ 12. Because Eq. (27) gives the worst-case estimate, we provide in Fig. 10 a direct numerical simulation of cross-talk using Eq. (25). 06 at the edge of the left side. 44 with this particular example. 1, as can be seen from Fig.

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Again the solid curve at the top is the optics-imposed storage limit, where we see an optimum at 3 mm. Because the optimum is at a relatively broad peak, a media thickness HOLOGRAPHIC STORAGE 17 Fig. 15. Equivalent area density versus the media dynamic range for a LiNbO3 like material. The optics-limited density is the solid horizontal line at the top. 3. of 1 to 2 mm is sufficient for density maximization. 5 mm. Read Transfer Rate Generally, signal recovery for high-density signals requires a broadband SNR of at least 14 dB or 5:1.

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