15 October 2012 Ghost imaging experiment with sunlight compared to laboratory experiment with thermal light
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A recent article reports on the demonstration of ghost imaging using sunlight which also presents theory for ghost imaging in the atmosphere based on two photon interference. The current paper reviews the experiment from a different context than that presented by Karmakar, Meyers and Shih (KMS). Here we examine data from the KMS sunlight ghost imaging experiment and compare it to ghost imaging produced by true thermal light.
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Sanjit Karmakar, Sanjit Karmakar, Ronald Meyers, Ronald Meyers, Yanhua Shih, Yanhua Shih, } "Ghost imaging experiment with sunlight compared to laboratory experiment with thermal light", Proc. SPIE 8518, Quantum Communications and Quantum Imaging X, 851805 (15 October 2012); doi: 10.1117/12.929157; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.929157
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