Physical Review A - Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics
Thayer School of Engineering
Precursors can serve as a bound on the speed of information with dispersive medium. We propose a method to identify the speed of optical wavefronts using polarization-based interference in a solid-state device, which can bound the accuracy of the speed of wavefronts to less than 10−4 with conventional experimental conditions. Our proposal may have important implications for optical communications and fast information processing.
Dartmouth Digital Commons Citation
Li, Chuan-Feng; Zhou, Zong-Quan; Jeong, Heejeong; and Guo, Guang-Can, "Approach to Accurately Measuring the Speed of Optical Precursors" (2011). Dartmouth Scholarship. 2544.