Abstract

A least-squares method of transforming interferograms into spectra is compared with the traditional fast Fourier transform (FFT) for varying degree of point-spacing unevenness. A Gaussian distribution is assumed for the deviations from even spacing. FFT gives inferior spectra quality above a critical unevenness, which decreases as more interferograms are averaged.

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