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Near-Perfect Measurement of Photonic Spatial Modes

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Abstract

We propose and experimentally demonstrate a method to measure arbitrary spatial modes with a greater than 99% accuracy. This technique will be useful for quantum communication protocols where high-quality measurements are necessary and losses can be tolerated.

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