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14 July 1988 Imaging Of An Object Behind Randomly Distributed Particles
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We present experimental studies of the imaging of an object behind randomly distributed spherical particles using coherent illumination. The object which has black stripes on white diffuse paper with different spatial wavelengths is placed behind a scattering cell and illuminated by an expanded HeNe laser beam. Results are obtained for different particle sizes and optical distances. The differences between the front and back illumination are studied. The diffusion approximation is used to calculate the modulation transfer function for the front illumination.
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Yasuo Kuga and Akira Ishimaru "Imaging Of An Object Behind Randomly Distributed Particles", Proc. SPIE 0927, Wave Propagation and Scattering in Varied Media, (14 July 1988); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.945821
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