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Optical Focusing through Scattering Media by Time-reversing the Diffused Complex Field by Using a Single SLM

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Abstract

To focus light through scattering media, time-reversing light is generated to reconstruct both the phase and amplitude of a simulated diffused wavefront by using a single phase-only SLM.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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