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Modifying a Commercial FTS for Operation at Cryogenic Temperatures

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Abstract

A cryogenic FTS is being developed at the University of Lethbridge based on a commercial rotary arm system. Measurement of optical path difference is accomplished using a fiber-fed laser interferometer system internal to the cryostat.

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