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Controlling Light Through Optical Disordered Media : Transmission Matrix Approach

Abstract : We experimentally measure the monochromatic transmission matrix (TM) of an optical multiple scattering medium using a spatial light modulator together with a phase-shifting interferometry measurement method. The TM contains all information needed to shape the scattered output field at will or to detect an image through the medium. We confront theory and experiment for these applications and we study the effect of noise on the reconstruction method. We also extracted from the TM informations about the statistical properties of the medium and the light transport whitin it. In particular, we are able to isolate the contributions of the Memory Effect (ME) and measure its attenuation length.
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  • ARXIV : 1107.5285

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Sébastien Popoff, Geoffroy Lerosey, Mathias Fink, Albert Boccara, Sylvain Gigan. Controlling Light Through Optical Disordered Media : Transmission Matrix Approach. 2011. ⟨hal-00611018⟩

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