Polarimetric Optical Fibre Sensors: Aspects of Sensitivity and Practical Implementation

Yves Verbandt, Bart Verwilghen, Peter Cloetens, Luc Van Kempen, Hugo Thienpont, Irina Veretennicoff, Greta Van Vinckenroy, W.p. De Wilde, M.r.h. Voet

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Abstract

An analytical model for the pressure and strain sensitivity of birefringent fibres is proposed in agreement with numerical calculations. Results of polarimetry and coherence-multiplexing are presented together with a method for accurately splicing these fibres.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationOFS11, Eleventh International Conference on Optical Fiber Sensors, OSA, Sapporo, Japan, May 21-24, 1996
PublisherOFS11 'Eleventh International Conference on Optical Fiber Sensors', WE3-42, 1996
Publication statusPublished - 24 May 1996

Bibliographical note

OFS11 'Eleventh International Conference on Optical Fiber Sensors', WE3-42, 1996

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