Abstract

This paper discusses the possibility of correlation recognition of radiating objects in real time with no intermediate recording of their images or spectra. A process is described for forming signals to identify the objects from the spatial and spectral parameters in dispersion holographic correlators. Experimental results are presented for the correlation recognition of radiating objects, using synthesized Fourier holograms as spatial filters.

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