1 July 2006 Aberration analysis of digital hologram reconstruction with a Fresnel integral
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Optical Engineering, 45(7), 075802 (2006). doi:10.1117/1.2219383
Abstract
The Fresnel integral is the most often used numerical method for hologram reconstruction in digital holography. However, reconstructed images with this method always include different aberrations because of the neglect of the fourth- and higher-order phase terms in the calculation. The characteristics of these aberrations induced by a Fresnel integral are studied numerically and theoretically. It is found that the quality of the reconstructed image can be degraded seriously by these induced aberrations, especially for small recording distance, and the required experimental conditions of the Fresnel integral used to obtain aberration-neglectable reconstructed images are also studied with Marechal's criteria.
Cheng Liu, Ying Liu, Hao Chen, Changchun Yan, "Aberration analysis of digital hologram reconstruction with a Fresnel integral," Optical Engineering 45(7), 075802 (1 July 2006). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.2219383
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Digital holography

Holograms

3D image reconstruction

Monochromatic aberrations

Charge-coupled devices

CCD cameras

Diffraction

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