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Fourier-transform holographic microscope
Author(s): Waleed S. Haddad; David Cullen; Johndale C. Solem; James W. Longworth; L. Armon McPherson; Keith Boyer; Charles K. Rhodes
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Paper Abstract

A camera system suitable for microholography has been constructed, tested, and applied to the imaging of biological materials. The design of this instrument is compatible with operation over a very wide spectral range spanning from visible to x-ray wavelengths. In order to evaluate its properties, visible light Fourier transform microholograms of biological samples and other test targets have been recorded and digitally reconstructed using a glycerol microdrop as a reference wave scatterer. Current results give a resolution of approximately 4 (lambda) with (lambda) equals 514.5 nm.

Paper Details

Date Published: 1 June 1991
PDF: 8 pages
Proc. SPIE 1448, Camera and Input Scanner Systems, (1 June 1991); doi: 10.1117/12.45347
Show Author Affiliations
Waleed S. Haddad, MCR Technology Corp. (United States)
David Cullen, MCR Technology Corp. (United States)
Johndale C. Solem, MCR Technology Corp. (United States)
James W. Longworth, MCR Technology Corp. (United States)
L. Armon McPherson, MCR Technology Corp. (United States)
Keith Boyer, MCR Technology Corp. (United States)
Charles K. Rhodes, MCR Technology Corp. (United States)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 1448:
Camera and Input Scanner Systems
Winchyi Chang; James R. Milch, Editor(s)

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