This memory aims to develop a simple and efficient interferometric system with peigs in order to democratise the use of this new technology. In that statement, the principle of interferometric frequency combines is described as well as referencing techniques. Subsequently, referencing is used to design a time-to-real correction and averaging system. That memory shall set out the optical and electronic system necessary for the construction of such a system. All steps in the design of the correction and averaging algorithm are set out, as well as the various compromises and optimisations made. Finally, experimental measures taken and corrected using the developed system are presented. To date, the measurement of HCN and C --2H2 as well as that of the micro-resonator presented in this memory have the highest noise signal ratio taken by a frequency combine interferometer.