Abstract

Hyperspectral imaging of narrow gas-phase absorption features is demonstrated using massively parallelized dual-frequency comb heterodyne detection. Images are acquired by a 128x128 pixel infrared detector array and reconstructed by a neural network in quasi-real time.

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