3 October 2011 Turbulence-free quantum ghost imaging experiments and results
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Turbulence is a serious problem for long distance imaging such as from satellites or ground based telescopes. In this paper we discuss our turbulence-free ghost imaging1 approach that is virtually free from the degrading effects of turbulence. We discuss motivation for the experiments, theory, experimental setup, procedures, and results. The results suggest that thermal two-photon interference may not only be used to improve imaging through turbulence but may also lead to a resource for quantum information processing.
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Ronald E. Meyers, Ronald E. Meyers, Keith S. Deacon, Keith S. Deacon, Arnold D. Tunick, Arnold D. Tunick, } "Turbulence-free quantum ghost imaging experiments and results", Proc. SPIE 8163, Quantum Communications and Quantum Imaging IX, 816304 (3 October 2011); doi: 10.1117/12.898966; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.898966
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