Abstract

A configuration consisting of a double slit and pipe in conjunction with moving fluid is proposed to manipulate a broadband light source through the interference spectrum. Theoretical analysis shows that, by varying the speed of the fluid, the scheme can act as a special dynamic frequency filter and produce regular dark lines that may serve as an optical frequency ruler.

© 2013 Chinese Optics Letters

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