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Wide-field-of-view heterodyne receiver using a photorefractive double phase-conjugate mirror

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Abstract

The use of a double phase-conjugate mirror to increase the angular field of view of an optical heterodyne receiver is investigated. Fields of view and overall efficiencies far larger than those predicted by the antenna theorem for conventional heterodyne systems are obtained.

© 1991 Optical Society of America

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