Single-pixel imaging techniques as an alternative to focal-plane detector arrays are being widely investigated. The interest in these single-pixel techniques is partly their compatibility with compressed sensing but also their applicability to spectral regions where focal planes arrays are simply not obtainable. Here, we show how a phased-array modulator source can be used to create Hadamard intensity patterns in the far-field, thereby enabling single-pixel imaging. Further, we successfully illustrate an implementation of compressed sensing for image reconstruction in conditions of high noise. In combination, this robust technique could be applied to any spectral region where spatial light phase modulators or phased-array sources are available.