Therefore, a stable interference fringe
is formed in the photoelectric detector.
The set of Stokes parameters for interfered beams are dependent on the (y, [theta]) parameters; consequently, each interference fringe
has different polarization states and they have associated three Poincare's spheres corresponding to the projected plasmon electric field over each plane.
Similar to the fringe ordering problem associated with interference microscopes using monochromatic light, the laser interference fringes
measured by a vibrometer cannot distinguish the direction of MEMS motion.
An etalon of the material is illuminated with synchrotron radiation, and the interference fringes
in the transmittance spectrum are measured using a Fourier transform spectrometer.
* The light recombines to form a pattern of interference fringes
These include calculated interference fringes
, along with stereoscopic effects and colouring, and can be created in a tenth of the time it took previously.
Caption: Testing the convex surfaces was done by looking at interference fringes
with a matching concave surface of known quality.
However, the carrier frequency of [O.sup.*] R(x, 7) and O[R.sup.*] (x, 7) had the correspondence with the intensive interference fringes
. In fact, the interference fringes
in the space domain corresponded to the carrier frequency of [O.sup.*] R(x, 7) and O[R.sup.*] (x, 7) in the frequency domain.
This ~1 mm thick glass creates interference fringes
on the FDML light (see Figure 3).
Quantitative estimation of the deformation of the contact surface was carried out by monitoring the deflection of the interference fringes
of the so-called zero-order band.
The fine scale tracks a domain of typically 16 interference fringes
with a spatial resolution typically 1/16 of a fringe.
If a passport is fixed correctly, the interference fringes
must be parallel to the fixing frame (Figs.