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For completely modulated light, that means M = 1, the sidebands have exactly 12 the amplitude of the fundamental component. The sidebands are perfectly correlated, they have the same amplitude and phase, that means the two beat signals, generated by the sidebands at νL + Ωmod and νL − Ωmod beating with the carrier, are in phase. A second representation is in the time domain through oscillating vectors δα in the phasor diagram Fig. 5(b). 1 Classical waves 21 and δα−Ω rotate in opposite directions with angular frequency 2πΩ.
It is very difficult to maintain such a small path difference for the entire time of the observation, while the mirrors track the star and the separation between the mirrors is changed by up to several meters. To avoid these complications, R. Q. Twiss proposed an entirely different scheme to measure coherence. Theirs is a very elegant approach which uses intensity fluctuations rather than interference, an idea that had shortly before been used in radio astronomy. In this way they founded a new discipline based on the statistical properties of light.
0. There are some oscillations in g (2) (τ ), which is typical for such a short statistical sample. The analysis of the longer time sample would approach the theoretically predicted smooth decline of the values of g (2) (τ ). 25) is clearly reproduced in this example. In order to predict the intensity noise of the chaotic source of M atoms we consider the instantaneous intensity I(t) and the averaged intensity I . 26) since all the cross terms average out due to the randomness of the phase functions.
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