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30 November 1994 Polarimetric fiber optic sensors: state of the art and future
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Proceedings Volume 2341, Interferometry '94: Interferometric Fiber Sensing; (1994) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.195548
Event: International Conference on Interferometry '94, 1994, Warsaw, Poland
Abstract
Polarimetric fiber optic sensors belong to phase sensors, in which phase shift between two electric field components of a light beam passing through a highly birefringent (HB) optical fiber is responsible for a change in polarization state of the output light. Since the output polarization can be easily affected by different stresses, axial strain, hydrostatic pressure of temperature acting on a measuring fiber that is the reason why polarimetric fiber optic sensors hold great potential in applications to many fields of modern industry and civil engineering. The paper presents a short theoretical overview of polarimetric sensors with various types of HB fibers on the basis of a research collaboration between two optoelectronics laboratories at Univ. of Quebec at Hull and at Warsaw Univ. of Technology. Current trends of developments and possible future applications are also discussed.
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Andrzej W. Domanski, Tomasz R. Wolinski, and Wojtek J. Bock "Polarimetric fiber optic sensors: state of the art and future", Proc. SPIE 2341, Interferometry '94: Interferometric Fiber Sensing, (30 November 1994); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.195548
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