The measurement of amplitude and phase characteristics of time-varying optical inhomogeneities in transparent media View Full Text


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DATE

2001-01

AUTHORS

V. A. Zubov, A. A. Merkin

ABSTRACT

The solution of the phase problem in optics is considered as applied to the problems of studying time-varying amplitude and phase characteristics of a medium with the use of the spectral modulation method, in particular, for ultrashort times. The analysis is carried out by way of transilluminating the medium or the object under study with a probing optical signal with a known structure. The information required is extracted by directly recording intensity distributions for the spectrum of the probing signal transmitted through the medium and for the spectrum of the signal transmitted through the medium and subjected to additional modulation formed in a special way. The modulation should provide, to some extent, a visualization of the phase information. Two varyings of the analysis are considered. The first varying is related to the action of the medium under study on probing radiation in the form of its temporal modulation. The second varying is associated with the study of media whose action on radiation leads to redistribution of radiation in time and is described by convolution. More... »

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101-105

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