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Polarization holographic imaging using speckle pattern illumination

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We present a technique for polarization holographic imaging that employs the complex speckle pattern (rather than a uniform field) to illuminate the sample and utilizes the randomness of the speckle pattern for image enhancement. The vectorial wave front is recovered by developing a polarization holographic imaging system with the potential of simultaneous detection of orthogonal polarization components. Basic principle and preliminary results of the technique are discussed.

© 2018 Optical Society of Japan

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