For the most demanding of applications, ISI offers a range of bespoke, ultra-high-resolution spectrometers using Fabry-Pérot technology. With our instruments, spectral resolution on the fm is possible.
Our Directors, Dr Michael Foster and Dr Jonathan Storey are recognised as world-leading experts in Fabry-Pérot techniques and bring that knowledge and experience to custom projects for clients.
Fabry-Pérot interferometers are optical resonators used for high-resolution spectroscopy. They use the phenomenon of multiple-beam interference that results when light shines through a cavity bounded by two reflective parallel surfaces. When the light hits one of the surfaces, some is transmitted out, and the remaining part is reflected. Fabry-Pérot produces a circular fringe pattern, similar to the Michelson pattern. However, the fringes are thinning, brighter, and more widely spaced. As a result, these instruments can detect and resolve the fine features of a transmission spectrum with high precision.
All our systems are constructed bespoke to order.