1. Optical tomograph

    An optical tomograph obtains a tomogram of an object by dividing a low coherence light beam into a signal light beam and a reference light beam, shifting the frequency of at least one of the signal light beam and the reference light beam so that the signal light beam and the reference light beam becomes different from each other in frequency, causing the signal light beam to impinge upon the object, causing the signal light reflected at a predetermined depth of the object to interfere with the reference light beam, and measuring the intensity of the obtained interference light. A ...
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