Spatial frequency modulation for imaging with incoherent light sources
This thesis discusses the initial execution of a microscope that achieves imaging by implementing the technique SPatIal Frequency modulation for Imaging (SPIFI). SPIFI is a robust imaging technique even in the presence of scattering because a single element detector is used in place of a camera. A line geometry is used to illuminate the sample and each place along the line is modulated at a specific temporal frequency. In this way the location information is encoded in the illumination light. After passing through the sample the light reaches the single element detector, which produces a time ...
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