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Super-resolution spectroscopy by compact representation

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Abstract

We demonstrate experimentally reconstruction of spectra at resolution higher than the fundamental time-frequency-bandwidth limit of the spectrometer. Knowing that the spectrum has compact representation enables retrieving data that is otherwise lost.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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