1 June 1981 Density Slicing With A Real-Time Tunable Spatial Carrier
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The fringes produced by a wedge with partially reflecting faces placed in the input plane of a coherent processor are shown to provide a conveniently tunable spatial carrier. This carrier is tunable in frequency and orientation and has a controllable fringe profile. This encoding scheme is ideal for a number of optical processing techniques. Its use for density slicing, an example of a nonlinear operation, is demonstrated.
G. Indebetouw, G. Indebetouw, } "Density Slicing With A Real-Time Tunable Spatial Carrier," Optical Engineering 20(3), 203421 (1 June 1981). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7972735 . Submission:
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