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Real-Time Image Compression Based on All-Optical Haar Wavelet Transform

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Abstract

An ultrahigh-speed fiber optic imager based on all-optical Haar wavelet transform is presented. Images are compressed to less than 30% of their original size by thresholding the most significant wavelet coefficients.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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