1 February 1989 Pathlength Alteration In An Interferometer By Rotation Of A Retroreflector
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In optical interferometers alteration of the pathlength is usually achieved by moving one of the two interferometer mirrors back and forth. Through the use of rotating retroreflectors (corner reflectors), two slightly different concepts have been developed to replace this stop-and-go movement by a continuous rotation.
V. Tank, "Pathlength Alteration In An Interferometer By Rotation Of A Retroreflector," Optical Engineering 28(2), 282188 (1 February 1989). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7976928 . Submission:
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