Abstract

Optical fibers are used to provide object and reference illumination in the context of the electronic speckle-pattern interferometry technique. An all-fiber Michelson interferometer is used, with an electronic servo and a piezoelectric phase modulator, to obtain compensation for environmentally induced phase coupling into the fiber arms.

© 1990 Optical Society of America

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