In this thesis we employ Digitally Enhanced Interferometric techniques to manage, measure or reject spurious interference. The technique, by using digitally controlled spread-spectrum modulation, manipulates the coherence of an optical source, enabling selective decoding of optical fields based on time-of-flight. Through this thesis, we demonstrate the use of this technique across three scenarios.
Firstly, in Part 1, we consider the application to quasi-distributed interferometric sensing in...[Show more]
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