1 September 1994 Equal inclination interference principles in a rectangular cavity and in an isosceles wedge
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Abstract
We introduce the principles of multiple-beam interference in two optical interference structures—the rectangular cavity and the isosceles wedge with a large vertex angle—and prove that they both meet the requirements of interference. We also explain the equivalent and complementary effects of these two structures to Fabry-Pérot interference technology and discuss the distinctive characteristics and the possibility of application. Furthermore, we display our initial experimental results.
Guoquan Zhou, Guoquan Zhou, Shi-Xian Sui, Shi-Xian Sui, } "Equal inclination interference principles in a rectangular cavity and in an isosceles wedge," Optical Engineering 33(9), (1 September 1994). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.177482 . Submission:
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