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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Marcer (1992) defined perception as the act of reconstructing a symbolic image of an external object from interference patterns already laid down in the brain.
1999), or onaxis configurations in which the magnification of the interference pattern is accomplished by illuminating the sample with a spherical wave and propagation in free space (Barton, 1988; Fink et al.
Regular interferometers separate light waves onto paths of different lengths and then recombine them, creating an interference pattern of alternating bright and dark fringes that moves whenever the path lengths change.
And yet this same light still undergoes diffraction and shows interference patterns as a wave if we shine it through two slits onto a screen.
Interference patterns can be seen in many places, if you know where to look.
The transverse distortion wave generates the interference pattern, while the longitudinal wave's dilatation (particle) follows a specific action, with its final location guided by the transverse wave's interference pattern.
This composite also contains a light-absorbing chromophores which absorb light from the interference pattern, creating localized hot spots.
An interference pattern is obtained when two or more coherent and collimated beams are superimposed at a certain angle.
The interference pattern in Young's double slit experiment gave an idea of the wave nature of light.
As described earlier, the combination of ground wave and sky wave creates an interference pattern that moves relative to the receiver during a flare.
The interference pattern made by the light waves of the two laser beams as they hit the target provides for a precision refinement of the distance.
This creates an interference pattern, detected by reflection, which tracks the binding signal in real time.

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