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Exceeding the inherent resolution limit of photo-detectors in pulse-shape measurements by implementing sparseness-based algorithms

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We demonstrate experimentally pulse-shape reconstruction at resolution that significantly exceeds the photodiode inherent resolution limit. The knowledge that pulses are inherently sparse enables us to retrieve data that is otherwise hidden in the noise.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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