1 May 1991 Resolution of a target-tracking optical novelty filter
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Optical Engineering, 30(5), (1991). doi:10.1117/12.55844
Abstract
The resolution of a target-tracking optical novelty filter is discussed in terms of the response time of the nonlinear medium, the speed of the target, and the resolution of the input device. Optical novelty filters using a faster nonlinear medium may have a higher output resolution. This is particularly true in the case of tracking high-speed targets. The potential of implementing high-resolution optical novelty filters using photorefractive GaAs is investigated experimentally.
Duncan Tsuen-Hsi Liu, Li-Jen Cheng, "Resolution of a target-tracking optical novelty filter," Optical Engineering 30(5), (1 May 1991). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.55844
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Optical filters

Nonlinear filtering

Transient nonlinear optics

Gallium arsenide

Phase conjugation

Nonlinear optics

Four wave mixing

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