Abstract

Experimental results, obtained using photometry, are obtained to assess the attenuating capability of three baffle geometries. The data obtained include the effect of sensor location in the baffle aperture as well as the type of coating on baffle surfaces. The baffles attenuate best at large viewing angles with surfaces coated with black paint.

© 1971 Optical Society of America

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