Low-Coherence and Tomographic Techniques

  • Myung K. Kim
Part of the Springer Series in Optical Sciences book series (SSOS, volume 162)


Digital holography using low-coherence light source has distinct imaging characteristics and applications. A number of special techniques have been developed to take advantage of such distinct characteristics of interference by low-coherence light. Topographic and tomographic imaging follow naturally from the well-established and still evolving field of low-coherence interferometry. A very significant contribution by digital holography is the possibility of holographic recording of white light or fluorescence. Although some of the principles have been known in conventional holography, recording of extended objects under white light illumination suffers from precipitous degradation of interference contrast due to noninterfering background. DH-related techniques, such as phase shifting, allow efficient removal of the background. Some of these may develop into powerful and practical new imaging technologies.


Coherence Length Spherical Wave Axial Resolution Digital Holography Diffractive Optical Element 
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  1. 1.Department of PhysicsUniversity of South FloridaTampaUSA

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