Abstract

A simple binary-checker-grating is used to realize proof-of-concept low-cost common-path interference microscope for quantitative phase imaging of Navicula elliptica. Phase demodulation quality is improved combining two π-phase-shifted grating-interferograms and filtering second harmonic-peak in the Fourier domain.

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