Spectrally resolved incoherent holography: 3D spatial and spectral imaging using a Mach-Zehnder radial-shearing interferometer.

  • Naik D
  • Pedrini G
  • Takeda M
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Spatial and spectral information holds the key for characterizing incoherently illuminated or self-luminous objects, as well as for imaging fluorescence. We propose spectrally resolved incoherent holography using a multifunctional Mach-Zehnder interferometer that can introduce both a radial shear and a variable time delay between the interfering optical fields and permits the measurement of both spatial and temporal coherence functions, from which a 3D spatial and spectral image of the object is reconstructed. We propose and demonstrate the accurate 3D imaging of the object spectra by in situ calibration.

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  • Dinesh N Naik

  • Giancarlo Pedrini

  • Mitsuo Takeda

  • Wolfgang Osten

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