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Ultrasound Detection Using Dispersion Due to Spectral Holes

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Detection of ultrasound requires high efficiency phase to amplitude conversion. We demonstrate detection using dispersive effects in hole-burning materials which have large étendue compared to conventional methods. We show high sensitivity using modest hole parameters.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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