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Photon-counting digital holography under ultraweak illumination

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Abstract

Digital holography based on photon counting under ultraweak illumination was demonstrated. A hologram was recorded with two-dimensional scanning of an optical fiber connected to a single-photon counting detector under an illumination of 43 photons per second, and the object image was clearly reconstructed in a computer from the hologram. The dependence of hologram quality on the illumination light intensity was estimated from the contrast and phase deviation of interference fringes obtained by photon-counting measurements.

© 2009 Optical Society of America

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