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Interferometric Instrumentation

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  10 September 2015

J.-P. Berger
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European Southern Observatory, Karl Schwarschild Strasse, 2, Garching bei München, Germany
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Abstract

We present in this chapter a description of optical interferometry combining instruments. For that purpose we describe the role of different key functions and give examples of the choice made in current and future instruments in particular at VLTI.

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