Abstract

A stroboscopic interferometer that can be used as either a Fizeau or a holographic interferometer is described. The instrument has been developed for real-time evaluation of dynamic optical components and for remote-site operation of an interferometer in the presence of severe acoustical noise and mechanical vibration effects.

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