Abstract

We present a method to completely characterize the temporal wave function of heralded single photons using spectral shearing interferometry. Frequency shear is applied by electro-optic modulation and spectrally-resolved detection is performed by frequency-to-time spectrometry.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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