Abstract

A novel binary joint transform correlator with differential processing in the joint transform power spectrum is proposed. The new model of the binary joint transform correlator can eliminate the dc component and sharpen the correlation intensity peaks, hence increasing its discrimination ability but with a lower complexity of computation. Preliminary results are shown by computer simulations.

© 1997 Optical Society of America

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