interference fringe


Also found in: Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.interference fringe - one of the light or dark bands produced by the interference and diffraction of light
optical phenomenon - a physical phenomenon related to or involving light
References in periodicals archive ?
Therefore comparative analysis of interference fringe images of reference passports and other passports under investigation can be performed with sufficient reliability.
where [alpha] is the rotation angle of the analyzer rotated until the innermost interference fringe merged using a Sennarmont compensator in a compensator slot, n is the number of interference fringe.
before the experiment the only one interference fringe was possible to be seen in the test space and after heating new interference fringes gradually appeared.
Using the fringe cycle method, the coordinate value on the Z-axis with the maximum local focus measure is taken as the height of each pixel, generating an interference fringe on the surface of the object with a two beam interference objective lens.
The interference fringe can be aligned using the TIC slider without time-consuming sample orientation normally associated with polarization interferometers, according to the company.
m]) is the index of refraction at the fringe maximum, t is the physical thickness of the etalon sample, and m is the order of the interference fringe.
Interference fringes occur with backreflected light under the condition that both path lengths match to within the coherence length of the light.
Tokyo, Feb 15, 2013 - (JCN) - Through joint research with Professor Yasuhiro Koike of Keio University, Toyobo has developed COSMOSHINE, a polyester-based super retarder film (SRF) that uses the features of LED light sources to eliminate interference fringes (rainbow mura).
This represents a significant improvement over conventional TIRF as it removes interference fringes and allows fast multi-angle illumination to correct for chromatic differences and 3D illumination of the cell cortex, as well as a modality for fast photoactivation or FRAP.
e, after a statistical accumulation of photon detection events, the interference fringes.
Meanwhile, on 10 December 2009, it was announced that MeerKAT Precursor, KAT 7, had seen its first interference fringes from a celestial source.
The new holographic recording technology records data in the form of laser interference fringes giving disks the same size as today's DVDs the ability to store as much as one terabyte of data with a transfer speed of one GB per second.

Full browser ?