1 September 1965 Resolution Limitations of Lensless Photography
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The resolution requirements for imagery by hologram techniques are given. The case of folding in the reference beam at an angle is treated and the resolution is shown to depend both on the angle of the fold and the film used. In cases where magnification is obtained (i.e., when spherical waves are used) it is shown that magnification is obtained only at the cost of resolution. The significance of these results on the field of lensless photography is discussed.
George B. Parrent, George B. Parrent, George O. Reynolds, George O. Reynolds, } "Resolution Limitations of Lensless Photography," Optical Engineering 3(6), 306219 (1 September 1965). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7971296 . Submission:
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