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Deterministic superresolution with coherent states at the shot noise limit

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  • Interference Of Light Fields Plays An Important Role In Various High-Precision Measurement Schemes
  • It Has Been Shown That Superresolving Phase Measurements Beyond The Standard Coherent State Limit Ca
  • Here We Show That Superresolving Phase Measurements At The Shot Noise Limit Can Be Achieved Without
  • Using Robust Coherent States Of Light
  • High-Efficiency Homodyne Detection
  • And A Deterministic Binarization Processing Technique
  • We Show A Narrowing Of The Interference Fringes That Scales With 1/√N Where N Is The Mean Number O
  • Experimentally We Demonstrate A 12-Fold Narrowing At The Shot Noise Limit

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Deterministic superresolution with coherent states at the shot noise limit - DTU Orbit (17/05/14) Deterministic superresolution with coherent states at the shot noise limit - DTU Orbit (17/05/14) Distante, E., Jezek, M., & Andersen, U. L. (2013). Deterministic superresolution with coherent states at the shot noise limit . Physical Review Letters, 111(3), 033603. 10.1103/PhysRevLett.111.033603

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