Abstract

A method of image formation through inhomogeneities is proposed and demonstrated. The imaging system, including inhomogeneity, is in one branch of an interferometer that produces broad-source fringes. The imaging system aperture is stopped to a small point. The effective aperture is in the other branch, which is otherwise empty.

© 1987 Optical Society of America

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