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Multiplex Holography: Some New Methods

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E. N. Leith, P. Voulgaris

The University of Michigan (United States)

Opt. Eng. 24(1), 241171 (Feb 01, 1985). doi:10.1117/12.7973445
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Abstract

Afocal cylindrical lens systems and their prismatic equivalents are used in the formation of multiplex holograms. They introduce the desired, controlled astigmatism, and they assist the low f number final cylindrical lens in the formation of a strip hologram. In addition, a line source and a broad source fringe system applied to the hologram-making process can result in improved signal-to-noise ratios.


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E. N. Leith and P. Voulgaris
"Multiplex Holography: Some New Methods", Opt. Eng. 24(1), 241171 (Feb 01, 1985). ; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.7973445


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