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Widefield ultrastable heterodyne interferometry using a custom CMOS modulated light camera

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A method of detecting optical heterodyne interference fringes using a custom CMOS modulated light camera array has been developed. Widefield phase images are generated using quadrature demodulation and are kept stable using a feedback system.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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