Self-mixing interferometry: A universal yardstick for optical measurements


Self-mixing interferometry (SMI) is a new scheme of interferometry having several advantages compared to standard configurations: it can work with no optical part external to the laser, is self-aligned, is immune to external stray light, and can measure also on target with diffusing surfaces. In this paper, an overview of the several measurements already… (More)


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