Abstract

A fast method to determine gas state variables suitable for use on a spectrometer control PC has been developed. An analytic function representing the Fourier transform of a Voigt function is fitted to the FFT of the data of an absorption line as measured. The desired information can be calculated from the resulting parameters.

© 1989 Optical Society of America

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