Coherence properties of light propagated through a scattering medium
AuthorAruldoss, C. K.; Dragomir, N.; Nugent, K. A.; Roberts, A.
Source TitleProceedings, Photonics 2004, 7th International Conference on Optoelectronics, Fibre Optics and Photonics
University of Melbourne Author/sARULDOSS, CELINE KAVIDA; DRAGOMIR, NICOLETA; Nugent, Keith; Roberts, Anne
AffiliationScience: School of Physics
Document TypeConference Paper
CitationsAruldoss, C. K., Dragomir, N. M., Nugent, K. A., & Roberts, A. (2004). Coherence properties of light propagated through a scattering medium. In, Proceedings, Photonics 2004, 7th International Conference on Optoelectronics, Fibre Optics and Photonics, Kochi, India.
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Partially-coherent, quasi-monochromatic optical fields are fully described by their Mutual Optical Intensity (MOI) or the phase-space equivalent, the Generalised Radiance (GR). This paper reports on the application of a propagation-based phase-space tomographic technique for determining both the MOI and the GR of wavefields. This method is applied to the reconstruction of the MOI and the GR of an optical wavefield propagated through a suspension of ~10 μm diameter polystyrene spheres.
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