Abstract

To simplify the reconstruction calculation of a large-aperture digital hologram we propose a novel Fourier-transformation reconstruction algorithm. When the reconstructed wave is the same as or similar to the reference wave, the higher-order phase term of reconstruction can be compensated for. For example, the variation between the higher-order phase term and the aperture angle with a different field of view in in-line phase-shifting digital holography is analyzed.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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