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Infrared upconversion hyperspectral imaging

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Abstract

In this Letter, hyperspectral imaging in the mid-IR spectral region is demonstrated based on nonlinear frequency upconversion and subsequent imaging using a standard Si-based CCD camera. A series of upconverted images are acquired with different phase match conditions for the nonlinear frequency conversion process. From this, a sequence of monochromatic images in the 3.2–3.4 μm range is generated. The imaged object consists of a standard United States Air Force resolution target combined with a polystyrene film, resulting in the presence of both spatial and spectral information in the infrared image.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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