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Transmission of images through highly nonlinear media by gradient-index lenses formed by incoherent solitons

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Abstract

We experimentally demonstrate image transmission through a noninstantaneous self-focusing medium. A partially spatially incoherent soliton is used to form a multimode waveguide in a photorefractive crystal, and the modes of that waveguide are used to transmit an incoherent image through this nonlinear medium.

© 2001 Optical Society of America

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