Abstract

Image restoration after a double pass through a multimode fiber using a polarization-preserving phase conjugator is demonstrated. Results indicate that the resolution of the restored image is limited by the number of guided modes and that the contrast is restored only when the phase conjugator preserves polarization on reflection.

© 1987 Optical Society of America

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