Abstract

An experimental arrangement to study the temperature dependence of the response of instrumentation used for the measurement of cw or chopped laser radiation is described. Preliminary measurements of the temperature dependent responses for five instruments are presented. The results indicate that the temperature dependent response for certain instruments is significant.

© 1977 Optical Society of America

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