Abstract

The process of optical whole-field filtering of a double-exposure specklegram has been analyzed from a statistical point of view. It is shown that the size of the filtering aperture plays a vital role in the range of visible fringes, and this in turn determines the upper limit of measurement.

© 1984 Optical Society of America

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