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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The deformation, visualised through the interference fringes, of a large milling machine is an example of Abramson's industrial holographic measurements, shown below.
The rear-surface reflected light from the transparent first reflector is combined with front-surface reflected light from the second reflector to form interference fringes.
Testing was a simple matter of placing his convex surface inside the concave reference surface and looking for interference fringes under monochromatic light.
After applying the proposed method, the interference fringes of holograms were purified and enhanced.
The refractive index of coherent light is different in different media because of which the optical path difference varies, leading to the movement of interference fringes [13, 14].
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.
(2007) Quantum interference fringes beating the diffraction limit.
The fine scale tracks a domain of typically 16 interference fringes with a spatial resolution typically 1/16 of a fringe.
In the plane P interference fringes are obtained whose visibility is related to the coherence of the source.
Balanced detector output signal show the interference fringes signal.