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Spatial Heterodyne Spectrometer Assembly Patented

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Dr. Christoph R. Englert, a space scientist at the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington, has been awarded a patent by the US Patent and Trademark Office for his compression assembly design for spatial heterodyne spectrometer interferometer applications. The methods can be used for high-resolution space- and ground-based spectroscopy of diffuse sources, including atmospheric emissions or trace gas absorptions. The system is cost-efficient and robust, and it provides design flexibility with the option of various spacer materials.

Photonics Spectra
Oct 2009
Christoph EnglertEnglertimaginginterferometersNaval Research LaboratoryNRLpatentPatent NewsSlices from the BreadboardSpatial Heterodyne SpectrometerspectroscopyUnited States Patent and Trademark officeUSPTO

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