Abstract

We demonstrate sub-nanosecond range and sub-50-Hz Doppler resolved LADAR measurements using spatial-spectral holographic processing in rare-earth ion doped crystals. Our measurements highlight the ability of this technique to process broadband analog optical pseudorandom noise waveforms.

© 2006 Optical Society of America

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