1. Point-spread function phantoms for optical coherence tomography

    Point-spread function phantoms for optical coherence tomography
    Recently scientists at the Uk's National Physical Laboratory completed an initial study into the development of robust point-spread function (PSF) phantoms, that are potentially suitable as OCT calibration standards. The findings have been published in a publicly available NPL report, available freely from the NPL website or upon request to Pete Tomlins (pete.tomlins@npl.co.uk).
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