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30 August 2019 Wavefront coding with Jacobi-Fourier phase masks
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Wavefront coding is a hybrid optical-computational technique that makes use of a phase modulating element in conjunction with a deconvolution algorithm to extend the depth of focus of imaging systems. The phase mask codes the wave-front in such a way that the point-spread function do not change appreciably as a function of defocus. In this work, the modulation is introduced by phase masks in the shape of a subset of Jacobi-Fourier polynomials. We will show, by both numerical simulations and experiments that the Jacobi-Fourier polynomial phase masks are good candidates for high-resolution images under noise presence.
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E. González-Amador, A. Padilla-Vivanco, C. Toxqui-Quitl, M. Olvera-Angeles, J. Arines, and E. Acosta "Wavefront coding with Jacobi-Fourier phase masks", Proc. SPIE 11104, Current Developments in Lens Design and Optical Engineering XX, 1110405 (30 August 2019);


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