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Comparison between traditional and heterodyned optical Kerr gated imaging for CS2 and Te glass Kerr media

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Pingping Zhan

Guilin University of Electronic Technology, Institute of Electrical Engineering and Automation, No. 1 Jinji Road, Guilin 551004, China

Junyi Tong

Xi’an University of Technology, Departments of Applied Physics, No. 5 South Jinhua Road, Xi’an 710048, China

Wenjiang Tan, Shichao Xu

Xi’an Jiaotong University, School of Electronics and Information Engineering, Shaanxi Key Lab of Information Photonic Technique, Xianing-xilu 28, Xi’an 710049, China

Opt. Eng. 55(11), 110502 (Nov 08, 2016). doi:10.1117/1.OE.55.11.110502
History: Received July 8, 2016; Accepted October 21, 2016
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Abstract.  We demonstrated heterodyned optical Kerr gate (HOKG) ballistic imaging of an object hidden behind a turbid medium with two Kerr media. The experimental results showed that when compared with using HOKG of common Kerr medium CS2, a higher spatial resolution of the imaging system can be obtained by using HOKG of tellurite glass, which more effectively compensates for the high spatial-frequency components of the objects.

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Pingping Zhan ; Junyi Tong ; Wenjiang Tan and Shichao Xu
"Comparison between traditional and heterodyned optical Kerr gated imaging for CS2 and Te glass Kerr media", Opt. Eng. 55(11), 110502 (Nov 08, 2016). ; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.OE.55.11.110502


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