The influence of additional phase modulation of an amplitude liquid crystal STLM on the image recognition characteristics in the invariant optical digital correlator
Goncharov D.S., Evtikhiev N.N., Krasnov V.V., Ponomarev N.M., Starikov R.S.

 

National Research Nuclear University “MEPhI”, Moscow, Russia

Abstract:
We present the results of measurements of additional phase modulation characteristics of a serial amplitude liquid crystal spatial light modulator HoloEye LC 2002. It is found in which way the phase shift of the liquid crystal spatial light modulator depends on the applied signal. The mathematical simulation of the performance of an invariant diffractive optical-digital correlator based on a liquid crystal spatial light modulator with the amplitude-dependent phase shift is carried out using previously measured data. The correlation filters used in the work are an optimal tradeoff maximum average correlation height filter and a minimum noise and correlation energy optical correlation filter. A method for correlation filters optimization was proposed to compensate for the recognition error caused by the presence of the additional phase modulation. In some cases, the optimization allows one not only to compensate for the recognition error, but also to reduce it.

Keywords:
optical-digital correlator, LC SLM, interference, invariant correlation filter.

Citation:
Goncharov DS, Evtikhiev NN, Krasnov VV, Ponomarev NM, Starikov RS. The influence of additional phase modulation of an amplitude liquid crystal STLM on the image recognition characteristics in the invariant optical digital correlator. Computer optics 2019; 43(2): 200-208. DOI: 10.18287/2412-6179-2019-43-2-200-208.

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