18 May 1987 Laser Pulse Tomography Using A Streak Camera
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Proceedings Volume 0702, International Topical Meeting on Image Detection and Quality; (1987) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.966749
Event: International Topical Meeting on Image Detection and Quality, 1986, Paris, France
Abstract
Non-destructive tomographic images for a semi-transparent bottle and fingers of man have been obtained in real time by using HAMAMATSU C1587 synchroscan streak camera and a colliding pulse mode locked ring dye laser which emits 615nm laser pulses with 100 femtosecond duration, as a probe. This new technique, Laser pulse tomography, has been invented by adopting the streak camera to analyze time delays of reflected and transmitted light from/through the object. Experimentally, spatial resolutions of approx. 1 mm for the tomographic direction and approx. 0.4 mm for the spatial direction on the objects have been achieved for the first time.
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Y. Takiguchi, Y. Takiguchi, S. Aoshima, S. Aoshima, Y. Tsuchiya, Y. Tsuchiya, T. Hiruma, T. Hiruma, } "Laser Pulse Tomography Using A Streak Camera", Proc. SPIE 0702, International Topical Meeting on Image Detection and Quality, (18 May 1987); doi: 10.1117/12.966749; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.966749
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