18 April 2006 Summary of results from investigation of external effects on the fiber segment
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Proceedings Volume 6180, Photonics, Devices, and Systems III; 618016 (2006); doi: 10.1117/12.675693
Event: Photonics, Devices, and Systems III, 2005, Prague, Czech Republic
Abstract
Paper presents some results obtained by the measurement of polarization properties of fibers in the incidence of different external effects as temperature, torsion and magnetic field. To emphasize applied physical effect rare earth (Nd3+) fiber has been used. Study of polarization is important from the polarization dispersion point of view for communication systems and also in the area of interferometric and polarization sensors, distributed sensors or general interferometric measurements. Analysis of individual effects is solved theoretically and practically in the series of works. Our contribution solves a relatively short part of fiber, where additionally fluctuation of power between both polarization modes could affect.
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Čestmír Vlček, Jan Maschke, "Summary of results from investigation of external effects on the fiber segment", Proc. SPIE 6180, Photonics, Devices, and Systems III, 618016 (18 April 2006); doi: 10.1117/12.675693; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.675693
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Polarization

Magnetism

Temperature metrology

Polarizers

Seaborgium

Sensors

Anisotropy

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