Ghost diffraction without a beamsplitter

Shibei He; Xia Shen; Hui Wang; Wenlin Gong; Shengsheng Han
May 2010
Applied Physics Letters;5/3/2010, Vol. 96 Issue 18, p181108
Academic Journal
Many significant results have been achieved in the fields of ghost imaging, in which the beamsplitter is an indispensable optical component. This paper introduces a scheme to realize ghost diffraction without a beamsplitter. The experimental results and theoretical analysis are presented, and the possibility of some practical applications of this imaging scheme is also discussed.


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