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Influence of Quantization in High Speed Digital Holographic Metrology

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Abstract

this paper considers the influence of quantization on quantitative phase measurement when the recording conditions are restrictive because performed at very high frame rate. A full simulation and experiments lead to the determination of the best choices for the hologram recording. The influences of both the ratio between the reference and object waves and the sensor dynamics are evaluated and discussed.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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