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11 April 2019 Perimetric monitoring: A comparison of a classical seismic sensor and fiber-optic interferometric sensor
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The article describes a comparative measurement of a classical seismic sensor and a fiber-optic interferometric sensor for the perimetric applications. We created and proposed technically and financially the simplest interferometric sensor (type two-arm Mach Zehnder). A test polygon was created where were analyzed the vibration-acoustic manifestations caused by the 20 test subjects. The article describes original results that clearly point to the high sensitivity of the interferometric sensor.
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Karel Witas, Martin Stolarik, Miroslav Pinka, Stanislav Zabka, Jakub Jalowiczor, Martin Novak, and Rene Jaros "Perimetric monitoring: A comparison of a classical seismic sensor and fiber-optic interferometric sensor", Proc. SPIE 11028, Optical Sensors 2019, 110282K (11 April 2019); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2522309
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