Geometric superresolution by using an optical mask.


In optical imaging, the resolution of the imaging system is not only limited by the aperture and imperfection of the lens, but also by the CCD nonzero pixel size and separation between the two consecutive pixels. We deal only with the geometric superresolution and assume that the size of the CCD pixels is much smaller in comparison with the separation… (More)
DOI: 10.1364/AO.49.003000