Abstract

An infrared single-mode fiber-optic Fourier-transform spectrometer constructed for the demonstration of the technique is described, in which beam splitting and beam combining are performed with fiber-optic directional couplers and the optical path difference scan is generated by stretching fibers. Experiments done with this fiber-optic Fourier-transform spectrometer are presented. A spectral resolution of 1328 at 2.2 μm can be achieved. The experimental results show the feasibility of fiber-optic Fourier-transform spectrometry and double Fourier interferometry.

© 1996 Optical Society of America

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