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8 November 2020 Object ranging and sensing by temporal cross-correlation measurement
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We present a novel method to measure the range of an object in a lab setting. This is realised by utilizing the phase insensitive cross-correlation analysis of the probe and reference photons generated in a spontaneous parametric down-conversion process. In our technique, the comparative measurement of time-correlated photons after one is transmitted to the target direction and the copy of it retained at the lab allows to single out the signal from the noise lead to sense, range and imaging the sample.
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Hashir Kuniyil, Naser Jam, and Kadir Durak "Object ranging and sensing by temporal cross-correlation measurement", Proc. SPIE 11525, SPIE Future Sensing Technologies, 115250Q (8 November 2020); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2579566
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KEYWORDS
Photons

Radar

Ranging

Target detection

Environmental sensing

Polarization

Radar signal processing

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