Abstract

Limitations of a quasi-equal-path electronic speckle pattern interferometric system are discussed. We show that by replacement of the reference glass plate with a plano-concave lens the quasi-equal-path electronic speckle pattern interferometric system can be made more versatile. An arrangement to reduce the aberration in the reference beam is also presented.

© 1993 Optical Society of America

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