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1 October 1998 Remote sensing through stratified random media using pupil-plane interferometry
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We investigate a novel method for the retrieval of an arbitrary amplitude-object which is illuminated from the far-field and sampled through a stratified random medium of unknown statistics. The setup includes two observation paths, a CCD-based imaging system and a multiaperture interferometer placed in a plane conjugate to the entrance pupil of the imaging system. The interferometric baselines are arranged in closed loops to make the closure phase insensitive to random refractive fluctuations. The method may be beneficial to applications such as surveillance, speckle interferometry and biomedical imaging.
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Ervin Goldfain "Remote sensing through stratified random media using pupil-plane interferometry", Proc. SPIE 3460, Applications of Digital Image Processing XXI, (1 October 1998); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.323170
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