Simulated electronic heterodyne recording and processing of pulsed-laser holograms
Arthur J. Decker, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Office, Lewis Research Center
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office, 1979 - Technology & Engineering - 37 pages
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18 per millimeter Afox AfQX amplitude transmittance angle arbitrary phase Beam splitter circular frequency coaxial continuous-wave cos(cp cross-interference terms depth of field diffuser dual-beam electronic holography electronic recording filter mask Fourier transform heterodyne recording holo hologram electronically hQ(t illumination image dissector image processing image waves intensity laser lenses linearly polarized maximum frequency maximum spatial frequency modulation index numerical aperture object and reference object wave off-axis output overlap problem ox rx pattern phase modulation plane wave polarization sensitivity pulsed-laser holograms pulsed-laser holography quency real-image wave reason for recording reconstruction processes recording method recording of holograms recording process reference wave reference-beam reference-wave resolution element resolution requirement resolve spatial frequencies rx ox scan line scan velocity scanning aperture self-interference terms shock wave shown in figure sideband signal spatial filtering spatial-frequency Spectrum television camera tube Temporal frequency three-dimensional transparency vector wave relative writing a hologram writing aperture x-direction