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    1. Feature Of The Week 11/26/2016: Tsinghua University Demonstrates Optical Computing Technique and Achieves High Speed OCT of 10 Mega-A-Scans/Second.

      Feature Of The Week 11/26/2016: Tsinghua University Demonstrates Optical Computing Technique and Achieves High Speed OCT of 10 Mega-A-Scans/Second.

      In the past few decades, OCT has been applied in a wide range of applications including clinical and material research areas. For some biomedical applications such as surgical guidance, real-time volumetric OCT (4D-OCT) imaging is in high demand. However, for high definition volumetric imaging in real time, i.e., 1000 pixels along 3 spatial dimensions and 30 volumetric imaging per second, the data flow will be 1000×1000×1000×30=30GVoxel/s. To process these massive data is a big challenge to the performance of current GPUs and CPUs. Professor Ping Xue, Postdoc Xiao Zhang and their colleagues from Tsinghua ...

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    2. Optical computing for optical coherence tomography

      Optical computing for optical coherence tomography

      We propose an all-optical Fourier transformation system for real-time massive data processing in high speed optical coherence tomography (OCT). In the so-called optical computing OCT, fast Fourier transformation (FFT) of A-scan signal is optically processed in real time before being detected by photoelectric detector. Therefore, the processing time for interpolation and FFT in traditional Fourier domain OCT can be dramatically eliminated. A processing rate of 10 mega-A-scans/second was experimentally achieved, which is, to our knowledge, the highest speed for OCT imaging. Due to its fiber based all-optical configuration, this optical computing OCT system is ideal for ultrahigh speed volumetric ...

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    3. Ultrahigh-speed optical coherence tomography utilizing all-optical 40 MHz swept-source

      Ultrahigh-speed optical coherence tomography utilizing all-optical 40 MHz swept-source

      We present an ultrahigh-speed optical coherence tomography (OCT) based on an all-optical swept-source with an A-scan rate of 40 MHz. The inertia-free swept-source, which has its output power of 41.2 mW and tuning range of 40 nm and high scan linearity in wavenumber with Pearson’s correlation coefficients r of 0.9996, consists of a supercontinuum laser, an optical band-pass filter, a linearly chirped fiber Bragg grating, an erbium-doped fiber amplifier, and two buffer stages. With sensitivity of 87 dB, high-speed OCT imaging of biological tissue in vivo is also demonstrated.

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