Three-dimensional ghost imaging ladar

@inproceedings{Gong2013ThreedimensionalGI,
  title={Three-dimensional ghost imaging ladar},
  author={Wenlin Gong and Chengqiang Zhao and Jianbo Jiao and Enrong Li and Mingliang Chen and Hui Wang and Wendong Xu and Shensheng Han},
  year={2013}
}
Compared with two-dimensional imaging, three-dimensional imaging is much more advantageous to catch the characteristic information of the target for remote sensing. We report a range-resolving ghost imaging ladar system together with the experimental demonstration of three-dimensional remote sensing with a large field of view. The experiments show that, by measuring the correlation function of intensity fluctuations between two light fields, a three-dimensional map at about 1.0 km range with 25… Expand

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