interferometer systems

interferometer systems

[‚in·tə·fə′räm·əd·ər ‚sis·təmz]
(electronics)
Method of determining the position of a target in azimuth by using an interferometer to compare the phases of signals at the output terminals of a pair of antennas receiving a common signal from a distant source.
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Significant differences exist between the dual aperture and single aperture interferometer systems.
The two primary systems for linear displacement and volumetric calibration of machine tools and CMMs include the dual aperture laser interferometer system and the single aperture interferometer system.
The dual aperture laser interferometer system is based on the Michelson interferometer.
WSMR has over 1500 precisely surveyed instrumentation sites and utilizes the newest, most sophisticated optical and electronics instrument systems, including long-range cameras, tracking telescopes, interferometer systems, radars, and telemetry.
Zygo Corporation (NASDAQ:ZIGO), Zygo Corporation's European Joint Venture, ZygoLOT GmbH, received an order for ZMI Displacement Measuring Interferometer systems from Carl Zeiss of Oberkochen, Germany, for use in its leading-edge manufacturing equipment.
Arno Kohler, Managing Director of ZygoLOT GmbH, commented, "This order further validates that Zygo's ZMI Displacement Measuring Interferometer systems provide the performance advantages required by customers in leading-edge stage metrology applications.