|Aug25-10, 12:37 PM||#1|
Relative intensity of reference beam to object beam in optical holography
I am currently writing up an essay partly based on my holography project report and I'm looking for a reference on why the intensity of the reference beam is usually around 4 times that of the object beam.
Anyone know of any sources?
Edit: Any source claiming any kind of relative intensity is useful
|hologram, holography, reference beam|
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