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A Full-Field Tomographic Imaging Camera Based on a Linearly Swept Frequency DFB at 1064 nm

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High resolution, full-field tomograms are acquired in four exposures of a CCD camera using a swept laser. The imaged depth is selected by modulating the swept laser output power enabling volumetric imaging with no moving parts.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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