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Observational limitations of Bose-Einstein photon statistics and radiation noise in thermal emission
Physical Review A
For many decades, theory has predicted that Bose-Einstein statistics are a fundamental feature of thermal emission into one or a few optical modes; however, the resulting Bose-Einstein-like photon noise has never been experimentally observed. There are at least two reasons for this: 1) relationships to describe the thermal radiation noise for an arbitrary mode structure have yet to be set forth, and 2) the mode and detector constraints necessary for the detection of such light is extremely harddoi:10.1103/physreva.97.013844 fatcat:mlb75nukdzbp5gu5jn7yvnxf7e