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3 January 1996 Optimal design of an intensity-based reciprocity-insensitive intrinsic fiber optic electric current sensors
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Abstract
The intensity-based reciprocity-insensitive structure (IRIS) can effectively compensate the birefringent and lossy influences in low-birefringence fiber-based current sensors. Theoretical model and analysis for different Lo-Bi fiber sensors are given based on the Jones matrix technique, and it is shown that the stability of the sensor can be maximized by using the IRIS and choosing a suitable initial birefringence. Experimental results agree well with those from simulations.
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Xiaojun Fang, Anbo Wang, Kent A. Murphy, and Richard O. Claus "Optimal design of an intensity-based reciprocity-insensitive intrinsic fiber optic electric current sensors", Proc. SPIE 2594, Self-Calibrated Intelligent Optical Sensors and Systems, (3 January 1996); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.229249
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