High-throughput, multiplexed pushbroom hyperspectral microscopy.

@article{Gehm2008HighthroughputMP,
  title={High-throughput, multiplexed pushbroom hyperspectral microscopy.},
  author={Michael E. Gehm and Min Seok Kim and Cristian Fernandez and David J. Brady},
  journal={Optics express},
  year={2008},
  volume={16 15},
  pages={11032-43}
}
We describe a high-throughput hyperspectral microscope. The system replaces the slit of conventional pushbroom spectral imagers with a static coded aperture mask. We present the theoretical underpinnings of the aperture coded spectral engine and describe two proof-of-concept experimental implementations. Compared to a conventional pushbroom system, the aperture coded systems have 32 times greater throughput. Both systems have about a 1 nm spectral resolution over the spectral range of 550-665… CONTINUE READING

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