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Movie shows where the output ports of the DEFG interferometer are measured by rotating the glass plate. Authors investigate theoretically and experimentally the decomposition of high-order Bessel beams in terms of a new family of nondiffracting beams, referred as Hermite-Bessel beams, which are solutions of the Helmholtz equation in Cartesian coordinates. [See Soares et al. Fig. 5 for details.]
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