Role of the filter phase in phase sampling interferometry

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Servín Guirado, Manuel
Estrada, Julio César
Torre Belizón, Francisco Javier de la
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Any linear phase sampling algorithm can be described as a linear filter characterized by its frequency response. In traditional phase sampling interferometry the phase of the frequency response has been ignored because the impulse responses can be made real selecting the correct sample offset. However least squares methods and recursive filters can have a complex frequency response. In this paper, we derive the quadrature equations for a general phase sampling algorithm and describe the role of the filter phase.
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