interference pattern


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interference pattern

[‚in·tər′fir·əns ¦pad·ərn]
(electronics)
Pattern produced on a radarscope by interference signals.
(physics)
Resulting space distribution of pressure, particle density, particle velocity, energy density, or energy flux when progressive waves of the same frequency and kind are superimposed.
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Causality raises the question how the photon can "know" to form the interference pattern on the monitor screen already when it passes the slits.
perpendicular to]], showing that even though the transverse wave is the source of the interference pattern in double slit experiments as for the photon wavefunction, and the longitudinal dilatation wave behaves as a particle, the latter follows the interference pattern dictated by the transverse distortion wave as observed experimentally.
Unlike existing mainstream embossed holograms, which record images in physical relief on the surface of the material, the newly developed hologram is a Lippmann hologram, which stores images by recording interference patterns in photo-sensitive layers produced by laser.
This is the phenomenon and characteristic of the interference pattern in a ball-like resonance cavity.
Looking toward the equator, what appears to be a complex interference pattern is seen, including increasing data duplication as the equator is approached.
The beams are steered at each other, thus creating an interference pattern, explained Bevan.
A hologram is an interference pattern generated from the object being depicted.
A laser beam and a second "interference" beam focused on the array create a holographic interference pattern that is recorded onto a photopolymer on the disc.
Holographic crystals rearrange their electrons in response to these beams, thus creating a necessary interference pattern.
Result: a digital representation of the interference pattern.
The TopWave thickness gauge, which is said to do a better job of this than infrared-absorption instruments, is based on a white-light interferometer that scans the interference pattern of a light beam reflecting from the material to be measured; layer thickness is then calculated from the separation of the interference pulses, and similarities or differences between material composition of the layers is not a factor.
He is especially interested in the effect of something called an interference pattern - the variation in sound created when two noises collide.

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