Chirped-pulse interferometry is a new interferometric technique encapsulating the advantages of the quantum
Hong-Ou-Mandel interferometer without the drawbacks of using entangled photons. Both interferometers can
exhibit even-order dispersion cancellation which allows high resolution optical delay measurements even in thick
optical samples. In the present work, we show that finite frequency correlations in chirped-pulse interferometry
and Hong-Ou-Mandel interferometry limit the degree of dispersion cancellation. Our results are important
considerations in designing practical devices based on these technologies.