Recent Advances in Digital Holographic Microscopy
In digital holographic microscopy (DHM) a hologram is captured in the image space provided by a microscope. The transfer of the phase and amplitude structure in the original sample to the hologram is in fact strongly affected by the use of the imaging microscope. A big research effort has been devoted to correct these distortions both by numerical and optical compensation. In this contribution, we present several proposals to improve the performance of classical DHM architectures by an a priori approach to compensate physically these perturbations. Experimental results are also presented to validate the proposed techniques.
International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks
Saavedra, G., Martinez-Corral, M., Garcia-Sucerquia, J., Sanchez-Ortiga, E., & Doblas, A. (2018). Recent Advances in Digital Holographic Microscopy. International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks https://doi.org/10.1109/ICTON.2018.8473628