A polarization Fourier spectrometer is described that improves on the previous versions built by others and can be used from 0.3 µ to 2.5 µ. Several practical problems in the construction and data reduction are discussed, and a number of typical results are presented to show the performance of the instrument.
Michael F. A’Hearn, Francis J. Ahern, and David M. Zipoy, "Polarization Fourier Spectrometer for Astronomy," Appl. Opt. 13, 1147-1157 (1974)