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Polarized infrared beam exited from blackbody and reflected by target is filtered by a liquid crystal Fabry–Perot filter. Due to LC's birefringence, the IR wavelength received by the far infrared camera changes with the voltage-driving signal applied on the filter electrodes. For details, see Sang et al., pp. 5632–5639.
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