Abstract

Recent work on the Fourier-phase problem is shown to be relevant to the reconstruction of the relative phases of fields scattered to a large number of separated inaccurately surveyed locations. A proposed approach to phase retrieval is illustrated with a computational example. It is assumed that the waveforms of the scattered fields can be recorded at each location.

© 1985 Optical Society of America

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