Abstract

The principles of Hadamard transformation are applied to photoacoustic imaging. The advantages are twofold: reduction of the power density at the sample, and improvement of SNR due to multiplexing advantage. The compatibility of Hadamard with other multiplex transform techniques is discussed.

© 1982 Optical Society of America

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