Abstract

An innovative system for the alternative continuous wide spectral spatial heterodyne spectrometer (ACWS-SHS) is proposed. The relationship between the ACWS-SHS and the wide spectral spatial heterodyne spectrometer (WS-SHS) at the resolution limit, the spectral range, the grating diffraction efficiency and the interference fringes contrast ratio has been analyzed theoretically. Through the comparison of the theoretical analysis and simulation results, it is found that the two systems for the WS-SHS and the ACWS-SHS have the same resolution limit and spectral range, which are δσ and σ01, while in the ACWS-SHS system the critical diffraction efficiency of echelle grating is 68.39% and the critical contrast ratio of interference fringes is 0.4135, which is much better than the performance of the WS-SHS system. Therefore, the ACWS-SHS reduces the high requirements for the precision of equipment and expands the application field of SHS effectively.

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T. Dohi and T. SuzukiAttainment of high resolution holographic Fourier transform spectroscopyJ. Appl. Opt.19711011371140

J. M. HarlanderThesis-spatial heterodyne spectroscopy Interferometric performance at any wavelength without scanningUniversity of Wisconsin1991

J. W. BraultNew approach to high-precision Fourier transform spectrometer designJ. Appl. Opt.1996351628912896

S. J. Yoon, T. T. Cong, and K. G. LeeCoherence studies of photons emitted from a single terrylene molecule using michelson and young’s interferometersJ. Opt. Soc. Korea201519555559

J. H. Ko and S. KojimaAngular dispersion-type nonscanning fabry-perot interferometer applied to ethanol-water mixtureJ. Opt. Soc. Korea200913261266

C. R. Englert and J. G. CardonSHIMMER: Using spatial heterodyne spectroscopy for the space based measurement of middle atmospheric hydroxylJ. Cospar Sci. Assem.200435288

K. A. SinclairDesign and test of a slab waveguide spectrometer for spatial heterodyne observations of water vaporYork University2014

W. Harris, F. Roesler, L. Ben-Jaffel, E. Mierkiewicz, J. Corliss, R. Oliversen, and T. NeefApplications of spatial heterodyne spectroscopy for remote sensing of diffuse UV-vis emission line sources in the solar systemJ. Electron Spectrosc. Relat. Phenom.2005144-147973977

J. M. Harlander and J. E. LawlerA high resolution broad spectral range spatial heterodyne spectrometer for UV laboratory astrophysicsJ. Opt. InfoBase Conference Papers2007Conference code: 104709

J. M. Harlander, J. E. Lawler, J. Corliss, F. L. Roesler, and W. M. HarrisFirst results from an all-reflection spatial heterodyne spectrometer with broad spectral coverageJ. Opt. Express201018662056210

F. L. Roesler and J. M. HarlanderSpatial heterodyne spectroscopy: interferometric performance at any wavelength without scanningProc. SPIE19901318234243

E. E. Miller and F. L. RoeslerOptical concepts and applications: a textbook for usersWileyNew York2005in Press

Born and WolfPrinciples of Optics, Electromagnetic Theory of Propagation, Interference and Diffraction of LightSeventh EditionPublishing House of Electronics IndustryBeijing2012

S. S. Hosseini, A. Gong, D. Ruth, and W. HarrisTunable spatial heterodyne spectroscopy (TSHS): a new technique for broadband visible interferometryProc. SPIE2010773477343J

Y. T. Feng, J. Sun, L. Yong, S. N. Wang, and Q. L. BaiBroad-band spatial heterodyne interferometric spectrometerJ. Opt. Precis. Eng.20152314855

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