Abstract

A spectral-holography application called spectral-decomposition holography forms a recorded image according to optical path length. In this method all wavelength components of a broad-spectrum source simultaneously backlight a nonscattering binary-phase object. A spectral hologram is thus recorded. Subsequent computer processing recovers temporally discriminated images.

© 1999 Optical Society of America

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