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It is akin to a conventional mixing process, in which all variables are time functions a(t) exp(j 2π αt4 + φ(t)], giving rise to the mixing term a(t) exp[j 2π αt + φ(t)]. The conventional mixing process is commonplace today, as it has been since long before the origin of holography. It is the spatial terms αx and φ(x, y) that are peculiar to holography and distinguish holography from a conventional hetrodyning process. With the spatial output being placed on a transparency and the subsequent reconstruction of the spatial data onto a beam of light, the holographic process is complete.

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