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Probe-based and bifocal approaches for phase-referenced low coherence interferometry

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Abstract

We present probe-based and bifocal variations of the dual-beam low coherence interferometer for measuring sub-nanometer path differences with transverse resolution ~1 micron. Scanning images of a fly compound eye and single cheek cells are demonstrated.

© 2006 Optical Society of America

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