Abstract

In this paper observations of 3-D images of small objects through a fiberscope, which utilizes a single multimode fiber and a phase conjugator, are demonstrated. In addition, estimates of the resolution of the reconstructed image, methods for improving image quality using image magnification and multiexposure processing, as well as experimental effects of fiber bending are discussed.

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