interferogram


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interferogram

(ˌɪntəˈfɪərəˌɡræm)
n
(General Physics) physics a photographic record of an interference pattern
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The C-C' profile extends across the maximum of the trough that is determined on the basis of the interferograms from path 73, while the D-D' profile is shifted with respect to the previous profile by 450 m to the East and cuts across the trough calculated on the basis of the interferogram from path 22.
'The reconstructed wave field in this plane, which may lie inside the sample, is mathematically superimposed again with a reference light beam in order to obtain a two-dimensional numerical interferogram that can be evaluated in the manner of the OCT,' explained Luhrs.
Extensions to the theoretical description of the shape of a neutron interferogram as function of the tilt in a gravitational field were discussed and compared with experiment as well.
Caption: Figure 2: Fabry-Perot interferogram from Q-switched ruby laser (left) and from SBS in nitrobenzene (right).
We generated a differential interferogram to apply the SBAS algorithm by using the interferograms simulated from the SRTM DEM that were multi-looked using three looks in range and twelve looks in azimuth, respectively.
This dataset was processed using DORIS interferometric software [38] to complete the coregistration and interferogram generation phases.
The technique, called interferogram average over wavelength (IAW) reflectance spectroscopy [62], processes the reflection spectra of porous silicon after the absorption of biomolecules inside the pores by subtracting a reference reflection spectrum acquired in buffer solution.
Top: Vertical displacement model and synthetic interferogram for the focal solution given by Santos et al.
Two data formats are currently provided by CrIS: the interferogram measurements and calibration data in the form of Raw Data Records (RDRs) and the calibrated and geolocated data in the form of Sensor Data Records (SDRs).
From theoretical point of view, with an ideal interferometer diagnostic, a purely symmetric and noiseless interferogram is acquired.
In the overlap zone, diffraction orders should interfere together, producing an interferogram which will be used to expose the photosensitive sol-gel layer.