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  • Chinese Optics Letters
  • Vol. 11,
  • Issue 11,
  • pp. 112601-
  • (2013)

Investigation of Bessel beam propagation in scattering media with scalar diffraction method

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Bessel beam propagation in scattering media is simulated using the angular spectrum method combined with slice-by-slice propagation model. Generating Bessel beams with a spatial light modulator, which provides a means to adjust flexibly the parameters of the Bessel beam, allows us to validate the simulation results experimentally. The study reveals that the self-reconstructing length changes oppositely with the axicon angle (i.e., the larger the axicon angle, the shorter the self-reconstructing length). The radius of the incident beam has little influence on the self-reconstruction of the Bessel beam central lobe.

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