The recent availability of inexpensive, electrically addressable liquid crystal displays has generated interest in the use of such devices for optical processing applications. Characterizations pertinent to this use include: maximum obtainable modulation depth, modulation transfer function (MTF), linearity of response, refresh cycle time and optical flatness. Examples of device performance as a coherent processor and as an incoherent processor will be given.
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Raudenbush, Edward R., "Feasibility Investigation into the Use of a Liquid Crystal Television as a Spatial Light Modulator" (1986). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 4936.
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