Abstract

We demonstrate two-dimensional imaging using illumination via a single-mode fiber with a multiply scattering tip and compressed sensing acquisition. We illuminate objects with randomly structured, but deterministic, speckle patterns produced by a coherent light source propagating through a TiO2-coated fiber tip. The coating thickness is optimized to produce speckle patterns that are highly sensitive to laser wavelength, yet repeatable. Images of the object are reconstructed from the characterized wavelength dependence of the speckle patterns and the wavelength dependence of the total light collected from the object using a single photodetector. Our imaging device is mechanically scan-free and insensitive to bending of the fiber, making it suitable for micro-endoscopy.

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