Super-resolution is an important goal of many image acquisition systems. Here we demonstrate the possibility of achieving super-resolution with a single exposure by combining the well known optical scheme of double random phase encoding which has been traditionally used for encryption with results from the relatively new and emerging field of compressive sensing. It is shown that the proposed model can be applied for recovering images from a general image degrading model caused by both diffraction and geometrical limited resolution.
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