Interferometry

Interferometry is an investigative technique used to analyze the pattern of interference created during the superposition of 2 or more waves. An interferometer is used to produce 2 or more overlapping waves. The interferometer is comprised of 2 or more telescopes, a detector and a correlator. The interferometer detector may utilize homodyne or heterodyne detection of the interference pattern. Learn about the latest products, user reviews, applications, news, videos and webinars.

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