Limitations of superoscillation filters in microscopy applications.

Abstract

The idea of superresolving pupil filters comes from the concept of superoscillations that may occur in regions of a band-limited signal with small amplitude having oscillations faster than the fastest Fourier component of the signal. In optical microscopy, superresolution can be achieved by appropriate design of pupil functions where the angular aperture… (More)
DOI: 10.1364/OL.37.000903

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