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Reflective-type digital holographic microscopy using induced self-pumped phase conjugation technique

Reflective-type digital holographic microscopy using induced self-pumped phase conjugation technique
Reflective-type digital holographic microscopy using induced self-pumped phase conjugation technique
In digital holography, techniques of noise suppression from the perspective of reference arm have been maturely developed. The object counterpart, however, is still in its infancy. Self-pumped phase conjugation technique which involves a BaTiO3 crystal was introduced unto reflective-type digital holographic microscopy to suppress scattering noise derived from the object arm, prior to recording stage. A phase distorter was introduced as scattering source, and signal-to-noise ratio was calculated. Furthermore, induced method was proposed to speed up the response time.
Digital holographic microscopy, self-pumped phase conjugation, photorefractive, noise suppression, phase retrieval
102330S-1 — 102330S-6
SPIE
Chew, Yang Kun
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Chan, Huang Tian
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Shiu, Min Tzung
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Wu, Chia Hao
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Chang, Chi Ching
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Hrabovsky, Miroslav
Sheridan, John T.
Fimia, Antonio
Chew, Yang Kun
223033ce-e88d-4d59-b800-0f4049fe3077
Chan, Huang Tian
15beaedf-c34f-486c-9659-dc864727caa7
Shiu, Min Tzung
2d310997-209b-4735-8545-cff2121d14ab
Wu, Chia Hao
8777175d-1dad-47dc-bf88-a478e2432ee5
Chang, Chi Ching
36fbb0ab-52ec-4f28-b826-62e19a2c804a
Hrabovsky, Miroslav
Sheridan, John T.
Fimia, Antonio

Chew, Yang Kun, Chan, Huang Tian, Shiu, Min Tzung, Wu, Chia Hao and Chang, Chi Ching (2017) Reflective-type digital holographic microscopy using induced self-pumped phase conjugation technique. Hrabovsky, Miroslav, Sheridan, John T. and Fimia, Antonio (eds.) In Holography: Advances and Modern Trends V. vol. 10233, SPIE. 102330S-1 — 102330S-6 . (doi:10.1117/12.2266866).

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Abstract

In digital holography, techniques of noise suppression from the perspective of reference arm have been maturely developed. The object counterpart, however, is still in its infancy. Self-pumped phase conjugation technique which involves a BaTiO3 crystal was introduced unto reflective-type digital holographic microscopy to suppress scattering noise derived from the object arm, prior to recording stage. A phase distorter was introduced as scattering source, and signal-to-noise ratio was calculated. Furthermore, induced method was proposed to speed up the response time.

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Accepted/In Press date: 23 January 2017
Published date: 15 May 2017
Keywords: Digital holographic microscopy, self-pumped phase conjugation, photorefractive, noise suppression, phase retrieval
Organisations: Optoelectronics Research Centre

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Local EPrints ID: 411313
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/411313
PURE UUID: ab210678-66ea-4446-8d86-b0410de1086d

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Date deposited: 19 Jun 2017 16:30
Last modified: 19 Jul 2019 18:13

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