interference fringes


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interference fringes

See interference; radio telescope.

interference fringes

[‚in·tər′fir·əns ¦frin·jəz]
(optics)
A series of light and dark bands produced by interference of light waves.
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Testing was a simple matter of placing his convex surface inside the concave reference surface and looking for interference fringes under monochromatic light.
In the case of optical fibre PL, this calibration was inefficient due to different patterns of CCD illumination during measurements and calibration, which yielded different positions of interference fringes on CCD.
71),(72) However, the direct observation of spatially formed interference-fringe periods smaller than 6/2 in the spatial-domain, which is an indispensable step for the realization of quantum lithography, had not been reported before we reported the direct observation of interference fringes beating the diffraction limit.
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.
Additionally, high sensitivity is necessary to provide a short exposure time and increased productivity for mass production, while high resolution is required to record holographic interference fringes with high density and high diffraction efficiency.
Interference fringes occur with backreflected light under the condition that both path lengths match to within the coherence length of the light.
When simulating multilayer structures including one or more thick layers (thickness much larger than effective wavelength of light) one obtains dense large-amplitude interference fringes in simulated wavelength-dependent spectral characteristics of devices (e.
Tokyo, Feb 15, 2013 - (JCN) - Through joint research with Professor Yasuhiro Koike of Keio University, Toyobo has developed COSMOSHINE, a polyester-based super retarder film (SRF) that uses the features of LED light sources to eliminate interference fringes (rainbow mura).
The angle between the beams creates interference fringes at the CCD camera.
Photoelastic analysis is a visual measurement based on the property of some transparent materials to exhibit interference fringes when stressed in a polarized light field.
This represents a significant improvement over conventional TIRF as it removes interference fringes and allows fast multi-angle illumination to correct for chromatic differences and 3D illumination of the cell cortex, as well as a modality for fast photoactivation or FRAP.