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28 June 2006 Full wave front reconstruction in the Fourier domain
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Abstract
Recently we developed and tested different algorithms for wave front reconstruction from dense Hartmann-Shack patterns. All depend on the recognition of a main frequency in the patterns, whose distortion from wave aberrations can be construed as slight phase changes in the pattern. An alternative description of these aberrations is a slight frequency change in Fourier domain. The slopes can thus be found by demodulation in either the image or the Fourier domain. These slopes can then be integrated in the Fourier domain again for the wave front itself. For smooth slopes both demodulation and integration can be performed in the Fourier domain. In addition, commands for the adaptive optics loop can be taken directly in the Fourier domain, saving on processing time. We modeled and tested these algorithms thoroughly in simulation and in laboratory experiments on two separate adaptive optics systems.
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E. N. Ribak, Y. Carmon, A. Talmi, O. Glazer, O. Srour, and N. Zon "Full wave front reconstruction in the Fourier domain", Proc. SPIE 6272, Advances in Adaptive Optics II, 627254 (28 June 2006); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.684930
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