Number 107, Mars-Avril 2021
|Page(s)||36 - 39|
|Section||Focus: Quantum technologies|
|Published online||04 May 2021|
Towards real-time quantum imaging with single photon avalanche diode cameras
School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Glasgow, G12 8SU Glasgow, United Kingdom
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By harnessing the properties of photonic quantum states and their interaction with the environment, quantum imaging promises to go beyond the limits of classical imaging. However, the inherent weakness of detected signals and the fragility of quantum states make their properties difficult to measure in practice. In recent years, the emergence of single-photon sensitive cameras enabled the field to take a step closer to practical applications. In this respect, singlephoton avalanche diode (SPAD) cameras are one the most promising technologies as they can detect single photons across many pixels with unparalleled speed, temporal resolution, and very low noise.
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