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72 MHz A-scan optical coherence tomography using continuous high-rate photonically-enabled compressed sensing (CHiRP-CS)

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Randomly spectrally patterned laser pulses acquire more information in each sample, allowing for increasing imaging speed independent of detector limitations.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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