We utilize a novel multiple-scattering formalism to study cross-talk effects in volume holographic interconnections. Specifically, we explore the composition of that cross talk and evaluate its maximum expected values as functions of various design parameters such as dynamic range, minimum separation between interconnections, and hologram size. Examples are given for canonic interconnections that involve two superposed gratings, but the analysis and results are relevant to a broader class of high-capacity interconnects.
© 1992 Optical Society of America
Kun-Yii Tu, Hyuk Lee, and Theodor Tamir, "Analysis of cross talk in volume holographic interconnections," Appl. Opt. 31, 1717-1729 (1992)