Time-multiplexed real-time one-way image compensation for high-spatial-frequency aberration correction.

Abstract

A new self-aligning geometry for real-time holographic image reconstruction for one-way imaging through a phase aberrator is demonstrated. The input beams are time multiplexed to isolate the diffracted image from the reference beams after the image beams propagate through the hologram. This geometry permits the image-bearing beam and the reference beams to copropagate through the holographic plane.

DOI: 10.1364/AO.34.001076

Cite this paper

@article{Chakmakjian1995TimemultiplexedRO, title={Time-multiplexed real-time one-way image compensation for high-spatial-frequency aberration correction.}, author={Stephen H. Chakmakjian and Mark T. Gruneisen and Katharina Koch and Marcus A Kramer and Victor Esch}, journal={Applied optics}, year={1995}, volume={34 6}, pages={1076-80} }