Abstract

A novel time-domain method is described in which the dynamic phase modulation index applied to an interferometer is directly measured from the waveform of the output photocurrent of the interferometer. A dynamic phase deviation as high as 78 rad has been experimentally demonstrated with a minimum detectable phase deviation of ~0.3 rad.

© 1992 Optical Society of America

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