interference wave

interference wave

[‚in·ter′fir·əns ‚wāv]
(communications)
A radio wave reflected by the lower atmosphere which produces an interference pattern when combined with the direct wave.
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Of the broadband near-infrared light from the light source, only the Bragg wavelength is reflected by the FBG sensor section, and the reflected light passes through the optical circulator and is transformed to an interference wave by the Mach-Zehnder interferometer.
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