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INTERFEROMETER

Photonics Spectra
May 2004
EXFO Inc.Request Info
 
INTERFEROMETER Exfo Electro-Optical Engineering Inc. has announced the reintroduction of the Burleigh RC-110 Fabry-Perot interferometer for high-resolution spectroscopy. The RC-110's plano mirror cavity design results in continuously variable cavity spacing and a free spectral range of from 1 to more than 1500 GHz. Interchangeable mirror sets enable operation at wavelengths of 450 nm to 12 µm. Super Invar construction offers thermal stability, and mirror scanning and alignment control are performed piezoelectrically. The instrument features a 50-mm clear aperture for applications with low signal strengths that require a large, solid angle of viewing.


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GLOSSARY
Fabry-Perot interferometer
A multiple-beam interferometer, usually consisting of two flat plates, with high reflective ability. The plates are set parallel to one another by spacers so that lightwaves may bounce back and forth between them several times. The requirements for constructive interference of reflected lightwaves of a given wavelength can be fulfilled only at particular angles, relative to the normal to the plates. Therefore, Fabry-Perot interferometers can be used as spectrometers with high resolution. Used...
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