Optical Memory

The direct storage of Data as bits in memory using optical systems and properties. The memory makes use of a Laser beam that is divided by a beamsplitter and controlled area of storage in memory. On the other side of the memory plane, a laser and a deflector read the memory, bit by bit, with a scanning photodetector. Erasure is accomplished by writing with the beam at a different wavelength.

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