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Complex object wave extraction using time-multiplexing in off-axis digital holography

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In this paper, we present an algorithm for complex object wave extraction in off-axis digital holography using a time-multiplexing and frequency spectrum-shifting technique. The proposed approach utilizes the digital time-multiplexing technique, in which two 90-deg-rotated off-axis holograms are recorded in sequence, and corresponding spectra are subtracted in the computed Fourier domain to eliminate the DC term. Then, the two subtracted holograms are digitally multiplexed into one complex hologram in the same plane, and by shifting the spatial frequency spectra of the subtracted hologram in the spatial frequency domain, one of the two cross-correlations can be obtained in the center. This technique simply extracts the spectrum of the real image in the frequency domain than the spatial filtering method.

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