mediaposted on 02.12.2019 by Henri Pesonen, Li Peng, Tero Setala, Jari Turunen
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The evolution of the degree of polarization P (left figure) and normalized Stokes parameters of reflected time domain pulse train from a grating. Varied parameter is the coherence time of the incident pulse.