Multiple-telescope arrays can function as Fourier transform imaging spectrometers, using the subaperture path-delay elements. However, the resulting spectral images are missing low spatial-frequency content. Reconstruction results are presented for a cube of simulated data using a nonlinear derivative-based sharpness metric that is designed for specific types of imagery.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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