Gaussian beam deconvolution in optical coherence tomography

  • Tyler S. Ralstona, Dan Marksa, Farzad Kamalabadib, Stephen A. Bopparta
  • Published 2005


Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is an emerging, high-resolution near-infrared imaging and microscopy technique. The axial and transverse resolutions in OCT can each be analyzed independently, with the axial resolution inversely proportional to the spectral bandwidth of the optical source and the transverse resolution defined by standard Gaussian beam… (More)

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