Distributed aperture synthesis.


Distributed aperture synthesis is an exciting technique for recovering high-resolution images from an array of small telescopes. Such a system requires optical field values measured at individual apertures to be phased together so that a single, high-resolution image can be synthesized. This paper describes the application of sharpness metrics to the… (More)
DOI: 10.1364/OE.18.010334


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@article{Rabb2010DistributedAS, title={Distributed aperture synthesis.}, author={David J. Rabb and Douglas Jameson and Andrew Stokes and Jason Stafford}, journal={Optics express}, year={2010}, volume={18 10}, pages={10334-42} }