Sub-shot-noise imaging and correlation plenoptic imaging are two quantum imaging techniques that enable to overcome different problems of classical imaging systems. Combining the two techniques is not trivial, since the former is based on the detection of identical corresponding modes to subtract noise, while the latter requires the detection of different modes to perform directional reconstruction. In this paper, we experimentally show the possibility to obtain a noise-reduction factor smaller than one, a necessary condition to perform sub-shot-noise imaging, in a setup that can be adapted to correlation plenoptic imaging.

Nonclassical noise features in a correlation plenoptic imaging setup / De Scisciolo, Emiliana; Lena, Francesco Di; Scagliola, Alessio; Garuccio, Augusto; Pepe, Francesco V.; Avella, Alessio; Ruo-Berchera, Ivano; D’Angelo, Milena. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF QUANTUM INFORMATION. - ISSN 0219-7499. - 18:01(2020), p. 1941017. [10.1142/S021974991941017X]

Nonclassical noise features in a correlation plenoptic imaging setup

Avella, Alessio;Ruo-Berchera, Ivano;
2020

Abstract

Sub-shot-noise imaging and correlation plenoptic imaging are two quantum imaging techniques that enable to overcome different problems of classical imaging systems. Combining the two techniques is not trivial, since the former is based on the detection of identical corresponding modes to subtract noise, while the latter requires the detection of different modes to perform directional reconstruction. In this paper, we experimentally show the possibility to obtain a noise-reduction factor smaller than one, a necessary condition to perform sub-shot-noise imaging, in a setup that can be adapted to correlation plenoptic imaging.
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