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Theoretical analysis of a CO2 gas detection system using correlation spectroscopy

Theoretical analysis of a CO2 gas detection system using correlation spectroscopy
Theoretical analysis of a CO2 gas detection system using correlation spectroscopy
We present a comprehensive model of a CO2 correlation spectroscopy based gas sensor. Predictions of the sensor response for typical fibre optic-coupled systems are made, taking into account effects of noise in detected signals.
Chambers, Paul
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Austin, Ed A.D.
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Dakin, John P.
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Chambers, Paul
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Austin, Ed A.D.
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Dakin, John P.
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Chambers, Paul, Austin, Ed A.D. and Dakin, John P. (2004) Theoretical analysis of a CO2 gas detection system using correlation spectroscopy. Proceedings of EWOFS '04: Second European Workshop on Optical Fiber Sensors, Santander, Spain, 9-11 Jun 2004. 4 pp . (doi:10.1117/12.566695).

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We present a comprehensive model of a CO2 correlation spectroscopy based gas sensor. Predictions of the sensor response for typical fibre optic-coupled systems are made, taking into account effects of noise in detected signals.

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Published date: 2004
Venue - Dates: Proceedings of EWOFS '04: Second European Workshop on Optical Fiber Sensors, Santander, Spain, 9-11 Jun 2004, 2004-01-01

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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/41729
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Date deposited: 16 Oct 2006
Last modified: 19 Jul 2019 18:54

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Author: Paul Chambers
Author: Ed A.D. Austin
Author: John P. Dakin

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