Abstract

In this paper, we present a modification of one of the common systems for producing multiple-beam fringes of equal chromatic order (FECO). This modification allows us to capture two FECO patterns of different polarizations simultaneously during dynamic investigations of fibers. Using this modified system, the dispersion curves in cases of parallel and perpendicular polarizations can be measured simultaneously. Also, dispersion of birefringence values along the visible spectrum can be calculated using a single FECO pattern.

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