1 August 1983 Multiplexed Speckle And Holographic Interferometry With Color Encoding By White-Light Processing
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Optical Engineering, 22(4), 224501 (1983). doi:10.1117/12.7973151
A technique for multiplexing holographic and speckle interferometric images utilizing a narrow angle holographic construction scheme is presented. The image reconstruction process utilizes a white-light processing system for color encoding of interferometric fringe patterns. The property of color encoding reveals interesting interferometric aspects of the multiplexed fringe patterns. A color video system is used to provide the advantage of displaying the output interferometric images for detailed study. Experimental results of time-aver-aged and double exposure interferometric processes are given. This technique is ideally suited to aid in the location of the J0 order holographic fringe.
P. H. Ruterbusch, Jay A. Tome, F. T. S. Yu, "Multiplexed Speckle And Holographic Interferometry With Color Encoding By White-Light Processing," Optical Engineering 22(4), 224501 (1 August 1983). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7973151


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