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|Title:||Effect of input states of polarization on the measurement error of mueller matrix in a system having small polarization-dependent loss or gain|
|Source:||Dong, H., Gong, Y.D., Paulose, V., Shum, P., Olivo, M. (2009-07-20). Effect of input states of polarization on the measurement error of mueller matrix in a system having small polarization-dependent loss or gain. Optics Express 17 (15) : 13017-13030. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1364/OE.17.013017|
|Abstract:||For the measurement of Mueller matrix in an optical system with birefringence and small polarization-dependent loss or gain (PDL/G), we theoretically derive the statistical relationship between the Mueller matrix measurement error and three input states of polarization (SOP). Based on this theoretical relation and simulation results, it can be concluded that the three input SOPs, that are coplanar with an angle of 120° between any two of them in Stokes space, can be considered as a substitute for the best input SOPs which can statistically lead to the minimum measurement error. This conclusion is valid when the PDL/G of the optical system under test is less than 0.35dB. © 2009 Optical Society of America.|
|Source Title:||Optics Express|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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