Photon-echo interference effects are used to manipulate the amplitude and polarization of a single echo generated by the read pulse in a long-lived stimulated echo pulse sequence. Interference is selective in time, frequency, and space, permitting modification of the multiplexed echo code.
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M. Arend, E. Block, and S. R. Hartmann, "Random access processing of optical memory by use of photon-echo interference effects," Opt. Lett. 18, 1789-1791 (1993)