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D. A. Rakhimov, V. D. Tronko, “Stabilization of the Optical Path of a Holographic Platform,” Opt. Spectrosc. (USSR) 48, 227 (1980).

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Fig. 1

Phase stabilization and control scheme of MacQuigg.3

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Calibration of fringe control system. The points marked by triangles designed measured data, while the solid curve is the best fit curve.

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Fig. 3

Fringe patterns in a system to stabilize and control three sources relative to a fourth source.

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I = α 4 + α 3 sin 2 π α 2 ( x - α 1 ) .

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