Abstract

The speckle method of characterization of multiple scattering media by squared-pulse modulation of the probe light frequency is described. This method assumes the analysis of the decay in speckle modulation that is due to the superposition of two decorrelated blinking speckle patterns. Theoretical predictions based on the phenomenological model of formation of partially blurred speckles under the condition of frequency switching are in reasonable agreement with the corresponding experimental data.

© 2006 Optical Society of America

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