11 December 1992 Polarization analysis of bulk-optic Faraday current sensor with a triangular configuration
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Abstract
A theoretical analysis showing the evolution of the state of polarization of the light inside a bulk optic Faraday current sensor is presented. Factors affecting the performance of the device, such as the azimuth of the input state; angle of incidence on reflection and the presence of intrinsic birefringence in the material have been simulated with a computer. The results of the simulation are compared with those obtained experimentally with a triangular shaped sensor design.
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Beatrice C.B. Chu, Beatrice C.B. Chu, Yanong N. Ning, Yanong N. Ning, David A. Jackson, David A. Jackson, } "Polarization analysis of bulk-optic Faraday current sensor with a triangular configuration", Proc. SPIE 1746, Polarization Analysis and Measurement, (11 December 1992); doi: 10.1117/12.138781; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.138781
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