Advances in 3D two-photon optical storage devices

A. S. Dvornikov, I. Cokgor, F. B. McCormick, Sadik Esener, P. M. Rentzepis

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Abstract

The materials, method and for storing and accessing information in 3D by means of two-photon absorption will be described. The materials used have very high two photon absorption crosssection and near unit quantum efficiency for fluorescence. The storage devices are composed of organic molecules, uniformly dispersed in polymer matrices. The binary codes zero and one correspond to two different structures of the same molecule, induced by simultaneous absorption of two photons. The writing and accessing of the information can be performed either bit by bit or in a 2D multibit plane format. Fatigue studies suggest that these materials are suitable for 3D storage devices. Automated recording and readout 3D systems have been constructed and characterized. Channel error sources have been identified, and a custom spatial bit-error-rate test has been developed.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationBiennial IEEE International Nonvolatile Memory Technology Conference
PublisherIEEE
Pages68-71
Number of pages4
StatePublished - 1998
Externally publishedYes
EventProceedings of the 1998 7th Biennial IEEE International Nonvolatile Memory Technology Conference (INVMTC) - Albuquerque, NM, USA
Duration: Jun 22 1998Jun 24 1998

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OtherProceedings of the 1998 7th Biennial IEEE International Nonvolatile Memory Technology Conference (INVMTC)
CityAlbuquerque, NM, USA
Period6/22/986/24/98

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Photons
Binary codes
Molecules
Polymer matrix
Quantum efficiency
Bit error rate
Fluorescence
Fatigue of materials

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  • Computer Science(all)

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Dvornikov, A. S., Cokgor, I., McCormick, F. B., Esener, S., & Rentzepis, P. M. (1998). Advances in 3D two-photon optical storage devices. In Biennial IEEE International Nonvolatile Memory Technology Conference (pp. 68-71). IEEE.

Advances in 3D two-photon optical storage devices. / Dvornikov, A. S.; Cokgor, I.; McCormick, F. B.; Esener, Sadik; Rentzepis, P. M.

Biennial IEEE International Nonvolatile Memory Technology Conference. IEEE, 1998. p. 68-71.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Dvornikov, AS, Cokgor, I, McCormick, FB, Esener, S & Rentzepis, PM 1998, Advances in 3D two-photon optical storage devices. in Biennial IEEE International Nonvolatile Memory Technology Conference. IEEE, pp. 68-71, Proceedings of the 1998 7th Biennial IEEE International Nonvolatile Memory Technology Conference (INVMTC), Albuquerque, NM, USA, 6/22/98.
Dvornikov AS, Cokgor I, McCormick FB, Esener S, Rentzepis PM. Advances in 3D two-photon optical storage devices. In Biennial IEEE International Nonvolatile Memory Technology Conference. IEEE. 1998. p. 68-71
Dvornikov, A. S. ; Cokgor, I. ; McCormick, F. B. ; Esener, Sadik ; Rentzepis, P. M. / Advances in 3D two-photon optical storage devices. Biennial IEEE International Nonvolatile Memory Technology Conference. IEEE, 1998. pp. 68-71
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