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How to design fiber optic sensors that work: basic technology, main problems, pitfalls, and potential solutions

How to design fiber optic sensors that work: basic technology, main problems, pitfalls, and potential solutions
How to design fiber optic sensors that work: basic technology, main problems, pitfalls, and potential solutions
Summary

• Overview of optical fibre sensor types
(Classified according to operating principles)
• Difference between intrinsic and extrinsic sensors
• Intensity-based sensors
• Spectrally-encoded sensors
• Propagation-time-encoded sensors
• Interferometric sensors
• Discussion of how to avoid problems and make practical sensors
• Multiplexed and distributed sensors
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Dakin, J.P.
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Dakin, J.P.
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Dakin, J.P. (1999) How to design fiber optic sensors that work: basic technology, main problems, pitfalls, and potential solutions. Photonics East Short Course: SC09, United States. 18 - 22 Sep 1999. pp. 1-177 .

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Abstract

Summary

• Overview of optical fibre sensor types
(Classified according to operating principles)
• Difference between intrinsic and extrinsic sensors
• Intensity-based sensors
• Spectrally-encoded sensors
• Propagation-time-encoded sensors
• Interferometric sensors
• Discussion of how to avoid problems and make practical sensors
• Multiplexed and distributed sensors

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Published date: 22 September 1999
Venue - Dates: Photonics East Short Course: SC09, United States, 1999-09-18 - 1999-09-22

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Author: J.P. Dakin

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