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Compressive 39.6-gigapixel/s continuous imaging using spectrally-structured ultrafast laser pulses

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Abstract

We demonstrate ultrahigh-speed spectral shaping of broadband laser pulses to create structured illumination of a high-speed flow for compressive microscopy. We achieve up to 39.6 gigapixel/s continuous imaging rates using a 720-MHz ADC sampling rate.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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