Abstract

In cases where the photon noise is the limiting factor, the multiplex gain is not always conserved; however the throughput (Jacquinot's advantage) is not affected. Therefore extension of Fourier transform spectroscopy to higher frequencies has great possibilities. Studies at high resolution, both in emission and in absorption, show that the performance achieved by Fourier transform spectroscopy in the visible and uv range is comparable with that reached in the ir.

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