Optical Phase Conjugation and Its Applications in Biology

Mooseok Jang
Optical phase conjugation is a process where an incoming electromagnetic wave is reflected with a reversed phase. The propagation direction of an incoming beam (equivalently, local phase gradient) can thereby be precisely reversed by the phase conjugate beam. This intriguing effect, so called "time-reversal of electromagnetic waves," allows cancellation of spatial distortion introduced into the incoming beam. Recently, this concept has provided a new avenue to overcome or utilize random scattering in the field of...
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