Abstract

Quantum optical coherence tomography makes use of a twin-photon light source and a HOM interferometer to carry out optical reflectometry. The axial structure of a sample comprising multiple surfaces can be probed in a dispersion-cancelled manner while simultaneously measuring the group-velocity dispersion of the interstitial media between the reflecting surfaces.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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