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Optical Transfer Functions

  • H. Pulvermacher
Part of the Springer Study Edition book series (SSE)

Abstract

If one asks a student to characterize the quality of a hi-fi device, he will take a sine wave generator, measure the ratio of the amplitude at the output and input, represent it as a function of frequency, and deduce the bandwidth of the device from that plot.

Keywords

Spatial Frequency Point Spread Function Modulation Transfer Function Diffraction Image Fresnel Diffraction 
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