1 July 1998 Imaging system using frequency modulation/time division multiplexing hybrid reticle
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A new frequency modulation/time division multiplexing (FM/ TDM) hybrid reticle for an imaging system is proposed. The spinning reticle modulates the pixels contained in one column of scanned image to different frequencies according to their location. An imaging system using the proposed reticle can reconstruct a high-resolution 2-D image with the same number of bandpass filters as a FM reticle system. An optical experiment shows that the proposed FM/TDM hybrid reticle can be used as a low-cost imaging system.
Jang-Keun Bae, Jang-Keun Bae, Yang-Hoi Doh, Yang-Hoi Doh, Duck Soo Noh, Duck Soo Noh, Soo-Joong Kim, Soo-Joong Kim, } "Imaging system using frequency modulation/time division multiplexing hybrid reticle," Optical Engineering 37(7), (1 July 1998). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.601716 . Submission:
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