Lensless imaging based on coherent backscattering in random media

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Abstract

We studied lensless imaging due to coherent backscattering in random media both theoretically and experimentally. The point spread function of the lensless imaging system was derived. Parameters such as the volume fraction of the scatterer in the random scattering medium, the diameter of the scatterer, the distance between the object to be imaged and the surface of the random scattering medium were optimized to improve the image contrast and resolution. Moreover, for complicated objects, high contrast and quality images were achieved through the high-order intensity correlation measurement on the image plane, which may propel this imaging technique to practical applications. © 2014 Author(s).

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Xu, L., Yang, H., Hong, P., Bo, F., Xu, J., & Zhang, G. (2014). Lensless imaging based on coherent backscattering in random media. AIP Advances, 4(8). https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4893471

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