We present a novel digital holographic data storage system based on wavelength multiplexing in 90° geometry, using an automated tunable diode laser and a lithium niobate crystal. The automatic storage and retrieval of a 60-kbyte data file, as well as the limitations and future implementations of the system, are discussed.
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David Lande, John F. Heanue, Matthew C. Bashaw, and Lambertus Hesselink, "Digital wavelength-multiplexed holographic data storage system," Opt. Lett. 21, 1780-1782 (1996)