Abstract

Theoretical determination of the instrumental function of a Fabry-Perot multipass interferometer as a function of the single pass instrumental function is studied. The polynomial dependences between the respective parameters characterizing the instrumental functions are given. An experimental check of the theoretical predictions is also presented.

© 1989 Optical Society of America

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