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Compensation mechanism of polarization-independent reflection structure based on two magneto-optical crystals and two mirrors

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8 Author(s)
Zhao, Guhao ; School of Information and Navigation, Air Force Engineering University, Shaanxi, Xi'an 710077, China ; Zhao, Shanghong ; Yao, Zhoushi ; Hao, ChenLu
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We provide, to our knowledge, the first experimental demonstration of polarization-independent reflection structure, which is based on two magneto-optical crystals with 90° rotatory angles and two mirrors without depolarization. The experiment shows that the polarization fidelity achieved about 99.98%. We also find out that even the rotatory angles of magneto-optical crystals are not 90°, when the two rotatory angles are near to 90°, the closer they are, the higher polarization fidelity is. This characteristic can be very important and useful for engineering implementation. It is also approved in theory and experiment.

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Journal of Applied Physics  (Volume:114 ,  Issue: 6 )

Date of Publication:

Aug 2013

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