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    1. 800-nm-centered swept laser for spectroscopic optical coherence tomography

      800-nm-centered swept laser for spectroscopic optical coherence tomography

      The isosbestic point of oxy- and deoxy-hemoglobin at 800 nm is an important point in biomedical optical spectroscopic imaging. We have developed a novel swept laser centered at 800 nm and demonstrated its performance for spectroscopic optical coherence tomography. The measured −10 dB spectral bandwidth of the swept laser was 40 nm and averaged laser output power per sweep was 4 mW. This swept laser was incorporated into our OCT system and used to measure non-scattering liquid phantoms and blood samples. The measured maximum sensitivity and roll-off rate over a range of image depths were 112 dB and − 1.45 ...

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