Robust Phase Retrieval with Green Noise Binary Masks

17 Dec 2020  ·  Qiuliang Ye, Yuk-Hee Chan, Michael G. Somekh, Daniel P. K. Lun ·

Phase retrieval with pre-defined optical masks can provide extra constraint and thus achieve improved performance. The recent progress in optimization theory demonstrates the superiority of random masks in phase retrieval algorithms... However, traditional approaches just focus on the randomness of the masks but ignore their non-bandlimited nature. When using these masks in the reconstruction process for phase retrieval, the high frequency part of the masks is often removed in the process and thus leads to degraded performance. Based on the concept of digital halftoning, this paper proposes a green noise binary masking scheme which can greatly reduce the high frequency content of the masks while fulfilling the randomness requirement. The experimental results show that the proposed green noise binary masking scheme outperform the traditional ones when using in a DMD-based coded diffraction pattern phase retrieval system. read more

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