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2 November 2001 Full-field OCT with thermal light
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Abstract
A very simple OCT system has been developed, based on a Linnik interferometric microscope with its reference mirror mounted on a piezoelectric translator. The geometrical extension of the optics allows efficient illumination of this device with a low power (3 W) light bulb, yielding full field interferometric images at 50 Hz acquisition rate with a fast CCD camera. Due to the very broad spectral width of the light source and camera response, an axial resolution better than 2 micrometers is easily achieved. Tomographic images of cell smears are shown.
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Antonello De Martino, David Carrara, Bernard Drevillon, and Laurent Schwartz "Full-field OCT with thermal light", Proc. SPIE 4431, Photon Migration, Optical Coherence Tomography, and Microscopy, (2 November 2001); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.447398
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