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Faraday rotation in tuned optical fibre coils

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Compact devices based on Faraday rotation in optical fibres have not been developed because linear birefringence, either inherent to the fibre or induced by bending, acts to quench the rotation (circular birefringence). However, it was recently demonstrated that quenching can be largely overcome if the sense of the magnetic field alternates along the fibre in successive half-beat-length increments of the linear birefringence. In this paper we describe practical, easy-to-manufacture devices based on this principle.

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Day, G.W., Payne, D.N., Barlow, A.J. and Ramskov-Hansen, J.J. (1982) Faraday rotation in tuned optical fibre coils At IEE Colloqium Optic Fibre Sensors, United Kingdom.

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Published date: 1982
Venue - Dates: IEE Colloqium Optic Fibre Sensors, United Kingdom, 1982-01-01

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Local EPrints ID: 77711
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/77711
PURE UUID: 7bd01c3f-94a8-4053-848b-1aa87a48fd7f

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Date deposited: 11 Mar 2010
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 23:30

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Author: G.W. Day
Author: D.N. Payne
Author: A.J. Barlow
Author: J.J. Ramskov-Hansen

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