Low Cost Detection of Lasers

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Benton, David;
(2017)
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    arxiv: Physics::Optics

A low-cost method of detecting lasers based on detecting coherence properties of received light is presented. The method uses an unbalanced Mach–Zehnder interferometer with a modulating piezo-mounted mirror in one arm to discriminate against incoherent background light ... View more
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