Abstract

This paper presents an analysis of error in parallel two-step phase-shifting method. From the analysis, it is clarified that the maximum bandwidth of the object that this technique can capture is a half bandwidth of recording devices. Also, the recording distance must be two times longer than the conventional method to have a good reconstruction image. The analysis was verified by simulations and experimental results.

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