A novel, inexpensive technique for the detection of concealed objects is outlined. The ability of this intensity only technique to recover phase information about the object under test proves to be significant in the imaging of concealed objects. A brief examination of the underlying theory followed by a description of the experimental system is presented along with some initial results obtained from the imaging of three different concealed objects.
|Journal||Mediterranean Journal of Computers and Networks|
|Publication status||Published - Oct 2006|