Abstract

A single-mode star network, made from polarization-preserving components, can perform the spatial discrete Fourier transform of coherent light patterns presented at the inputs. This can be accomplished with passive components, such as 2 × 2 couplers, and propagation delays. The Hadamard transform can be performed similarly.

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