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We analyze theoretically, numerically, and experimentally the spectral response of scattered light intensity from moving particles crossing the fringes of a Bessel beam. This response could be the basis of a simple technique to measure velocity.
Sakah, Chebbi, and Golub: Measuring velocity with Bessel beam fringes