1. Transverse motion as a source of noise and reduced correlation of the Doppler phase shift 
in spectral domain OCT

    Transverse motion as a source of noise and reduced correlation of the Doppler phase shift 
in spectral domain OCT
    Recently, a new phase-resolved Doppler model was presented for spectral domain optical coherence tomography (SD OCT) showing that the linear relation between the axial velocity component of the obliquely moving sample and the phase difference of consecutive A-Scans does not hold true in the presence of a transverse velocity component which is neglected in the widely-used classic Doppler analysis. Besides taking note of the new non-proportional relationship of phase shift and oblique sample motion, it is essential to consider the correlation of the phase shift and its specific characteristic at certain Doppler angles for designing Doppler experiments with SD OCT ...
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