Time-resolved cameras with high temporal resolution (down to ps) enable a huge set of novel applications ranging from biomedicine and environmental science to material and device characterization. In this work, we propose, and experimentally validate, a novel detection scheme for time-resolved imaging based on a compressed sampling approach. The proposed scheme unifies into a single element all the required operations, i.e. space modulation, space integration and time-resolved detection, paving the way to dramatic cost reduction, performance improvement and ease of use. (C) 2019 Optical Society of America under the terms of the OSA Open Access Publishing Agreement

Novel time-resolved camera based on compressed sensing

Farina A.;Candeo A.;Dalla Mora A.;Bassi A.;Lussana R.;Villa F.;Valentini G.;D'Andrea C.
2019

Abstract

Time-resolved cameras with high temporal resolution (down to ps) enable a huge set of novel applications ranging from biomedicine and environmental science to material and device characterization. In this work, we propose, and experimentally validate, a novel detection scheme for time-resolved imaging based on a compressed sampling approach. The proposed scheme unifies into a single element all the required operations, i.e. space modulation, space integration and time-resolved detection, paving the way to dramatic cost reduction, performance improvement and ease of use. (C) 2019 Optical Society of America under the terms of the OSA Open Access Publishing Agreement
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