Abstract

A multiplex technique is described that can be used in photoelectric observations of dispersed spectra. The encoding pattern is a set of pseudo-random binary sequences. The data processing requires a minimum possible number of operations. A special purpose device could give the spectral intensity distribution on-line. An application at the solar eclipse (Mexico, 1970) is described.

© 1970 Optical Society of America

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