Calculation of the space-bandwidth product
This protocol is extracted from research article:
A minimally invasive lens-free computational microendoscope
Sci Adv, Dec 6, 2019; DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aaw5595

The space-bandwidth product of an imaging system measures the number of pixels required to image the full field of view at full resolution (at Nyquist sampling rate). The 2D space-bandwidth product of a lens-based microendoscope is the total number of fiber cores in the multicore fiber, which is 6000. In comparison, the lensless microendoscope has a 2D space-bandwidth product of 0.96 mm2/(7 μm)2 = 19,592 for a single depth plane.

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