Transmission matrices of random media: means for spectral polarimetric measurements
Abbreviated Journal Title
MULTIPLE-SCATTERING; TIME-REVERSAL; WAVES; Optics
The field transmitted through disordered media is essentially a randomly sampled version of the incident field. Properties of the initial field can be recovered if this sampling function or transmission matrix is known. Here we demonstrate how the transmission matrix of a disordered material can be used to simultaneously measure the spectral and polarimetric properties of an optical field. (C) 2010 Optical Society of America
"Transmission matrices of random media: means for spectral polarimetric measurements" (2010). Faculty Bibliography 2010s. 376.