Measurement Techniques

, Volume 40, Issue 7, pp 639–644 | Cite as

Orthogonal microlens raster for two-coordinate displacement transducers

  • V. N. Il'in
Optico-Physical Measurements


A study is made of the special features of using optical fibers (as microlens elements) in order to construct orthogonal gratings for two-coordinate displacement transducers. The fundamental analytical expressions are given for calculating the spacing of the interference fringes.


Optical Fiber Interference Pattern Interference Fringe Path Difference Fringe Width 
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