High-speed flow microscopy using compressed sensing with ultrafast laser pulses by Bryan T. Bosworth, Jasper R. Stroud, Dung N. Tran, Trac D. Tran, Sang Chin, and Mark A. Foster
We demonstrate an imaging system employing continuous high-rate photonically-enabled compressed sensing (CHiRP-CS) to enable efficient microscopic imaging of rapidly moving objects with only a few percent of the samples traditionally required for Nyquist sampling. Ultrahigh-rate spectral shaping is achieved through chirp processing of broadband laser pulses and permits ultrafast structured illumination of the object flow. Image reconstructions of high-speed microscopic flows are demonstrated at effective rates up to 39.6 Gigapixel/sec from a 720-MHz sampling rate.
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