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3 January 1986 Passive Homodyne Optical Grating Demodulator: Principles And Performance
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This paper describes the current status of a passive homodyne demodulator useful for extracting an optical phase signal from a fiber interferometric sensor. An optical demodulator has been developed in conjunction with a sine-cosine electrical demodulator that has a noise floor of a few prad/iffi. This passive homodyne detection has the advantage over other homodyne detection schemes in that it eliminates the need for active feedback phase modulators. The sensitivities achieved are relatively flat over a wide frequency band and temperature range. Comparisons with alternative approaches and discussions of performance data will be presented.
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J. T. Freidah, R. F. Cahill, A. A. Joseph, H. B. Turner, S. A. Holmes, and R. E. Wagoner "Passive Homodyne Optical Grating Demodulator: Principles And Performance", Proc. SPIE 0566, Fiber Optic and Laser Sensors III, (3 January 1986); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.949774
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