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Fig. 1

(a) Holographic recording. (b) Reconstruction of a single-sideband wave. The reference bundle (zero-frequency light) is shown screened, for clarity. The reference point is off-set from the holographic object, which is the unmasked half of the spatial-spectrum plane. The incident light is oblique for full utilization of the lens apertures.

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Fig. 2

Alternate configuration for holographic s-s imaging. If lenses L2 in both recording and reconstruction are identical, their aberrations cancel; the real s-s image then is at the same scale as the original object.