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High-Speed Compressive Measurement using a Time-Lens Spectral Shaper

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Abstract

We present a method for high-speed pseudorandom spectral patterning using a time lens. When combined with compressed sensing we can measure spectrally mapped signals using far fewer measurements than required by Nyquist sampling.

© 2017 Optical Society of America

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