Analysis is made of the effect of omitting the compensating plate in a corner-reflector interferometer. It is concluded at noncompensated instrument has disadvantages when compared to a compensated one, but when properly adjusted it may still be useable with a photoelectric detector. The flux is integrated over rectangular field stops.
EDSON R. PECK, "Uncompensated Corner-Reflector Interferometer," J. Opt. Soc. Am. 47, 250-252 (1957)