Convolution Algorithm for Numerical Reconstruction of Digitally Recorded Holograms with Extended Field of View
AbstractIn this letter, the range of application of the convolution approach to numerical reconstruction of digitally recorded holograms is extended. By numerical manipulation of the digitally recorded hologram, the convolution approach is used for reconstructing digital holograms of objects larger than the recording device. Experimental results are shown to validate the proposed method.
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How to Cite
C. Trujillo, S. Serna, F. Monroy, and J. Garcia-Sucerquia, “Convolution Algorithm for Numerical Reconstruction of Digitally Recorded Holograms with Extended Field of View”, Photonics Lett. Pol., vol. 2, no. 4, pp. pp. 171–173, Dec. 2010.