Abstract

The application of Fourier spectroscopy to absolute spectroradiometry in the visible region is discussed, and a description is given of a quartz birefringent interferometer developed for this purpose. The instrument has been used to measure the spectral transmittance of several broadband filters and to intercompare the relative spectral responsivities of two silicon photodiodes. Preliminary measurements of the spectral transmittance of the interferometer are also presented.

© 1981 Optical Society of America

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