Abstract

By combining a microscope and television systems, a superresolving microscope is constructed. The basic idea of this system is to convert the hologram signal of the image to an electrical video signal using television systems and to perform operations necessary to carry out the superresolution electrically. As a result images which are superresolved twice in one dimension are displayed on a TV monitor in 5 sec.

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