The frame rate of conventional high-speed imaging devices is limited by exposure time and signal read-out time. Structured imaging is able to push the frame rate beyond the limit of the imaging device. This work demonstrates the feasibility of potential TeraHz rate structured imaging with a multiplexed structured imaging setup. In this work, a multiplexed structured image capture system was employed to image UV laser induced krypton-II emission lines at 10 GHz. The measured emission intensity of the 764 nm line over time suggests a temporal resolution of 97 ps. The temporal resolution is adjustable, and the frame rate can be further increased to the TeraHz level.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Physics and Astronomy(all)