Experimental time-resolved imaging by multiplexed ptychography

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Wengrowicz, Omri
Peleg, Or
Loevsky, Barry
Chen, Bing Kuan
Haham, Gil Ilan
Sainadh, U Satya
Cohen, Oren
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A recently proposed technique introduced a time-resolved option of fast transient non-repetitive events to ptychographic microscopy. This technique, termed time-resolved imaging by multiplexed ptychography (TIMP), is based on algorithmic reconstruction of multiple frames from data recorded in a single camera acquisition of a single-shot ptychographic microscope. We demonstrate TIMP experimentally, reconstructing thirty-six frames of a dynamical complex-valued object from ptychographic data recorded in a single camera snapshot.

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Optics Express
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Atomic, molecular and optical physics
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Wengrowicz, O; Peleg, O; Loevsky, B; Chen, BK; Haham, GI; Sainadh, US; Cohen, O, Experimental time-resolved imaging by multiplexed ptychography, Optics Express, 2019, 27 (17), pp. 24568-24577
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