Analysis of the amplitude and phase structure of transmitting media with probing field registration in the image plane View Full Text


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DATE

2002-11

AUTHORS

E. V. Zelepukina, V. A. Zubov, A. A. Merkin, T. V. Mironova

ABSTRACT

The problem of obtaining information on the amplitude and phase internal structure of a medium in which radiation propagates is considered. The information is extracted by probing the medium; the information on the amplitude and phase distribution of the probing field behind the transmitting medium in the plane of image formation is analyzed. A modified version of the modulation-spectral method proposed earlier by the authors is applied. In this version, there is no need to act on the probing field in the plane under investigation. The interpretation of results is simplified since the image is registered. Two versions of the schematic solution are analyzed. The first version corresponds to the experimental scheme intended for media that produce a modulating action on radiation and is described by multiplication by a complex function characterizing the action. The second version corresponds to the case when the action of the medium leads to a redistribution of radiation and can be presented by the convolution of the probing signal and the function describing the action. More... »

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752-756

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