A method for simulating conventional time gating in low-coherence optical imaging processes in highly scattering media is given. The method uses monochromatic instead of broadband light, and spatial filtering is substituted for time gating. The process enables the study of imaging techniques in scattering media to be carried out in an easy and highly controllable way. Experimental results are given.
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