30 August 2017 Research on active imaging information transmission technology of satellite borne quantum remote sensing
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According to the development and application needs of Remote Sensing Science and technology, Prof. Siwen Bi proposed quantum remote sensing. Firstly, the paper gives a brief introduction of the background of quantum remote sensing, the research status and related researches at home and abroad on the theory, information mechanism and imaging experiments of quantum remote sensing and the production of principle prototype.Then, the quantization of pure remote sensing radiation field, the state function and squeezing effect of quantum remote sensing radiation field are emphasized. It also describes the squeezing optical operator of quantum light field in active imaging information transmission experiment and imaging experiments, achieving 2-3 times higher resolution than that of coherent light detection imaging and completing the production of quantum remote sensing imaging prototype. The application of quantum remote sensing technology can significantly improve both the signal-to-noise ratio of information transmission imaging and the spatial resolution of quantum remote sensing .On the above basis, Prof.Bi proposed the technical solution of active imaging information transmission technology of satellite borne quantum remote sensing, launched researches on its system composition and operation principle and on quantum noiseless amplifying devices, providing solutions and technical basis for implementing active imaging information technology of satellite borne Quantum Remote Sensing.
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Siwen Bi, Siwen Bi, Ming Zhen, Ming Zhen, Song Yang, Song Yang, Xuling Lin, Xuling Lin, Zhiqiang Wu, Zhiqiang Wu, } "Research on active imaging information transmission technology of satellite borne quantum remote sensing", Proc. SPIE 10403, Infrared Remote Sensing and Instrumentation XXV, 1040303 (30 August 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2279162; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2279162
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