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16 September 2011 Latest developments for low-power infrared laser-based trace gas sensors for sensor networks
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Academic and industrial researchers require ultra-low power, compact laser based trace-gas sensor systems for the most demanding environmental and space-borne applications. Here the latest results from research projects addressing these applications will be discussed: 1) an ultra-compact CO2 sensor based on a continuous wave quantum cascade laser, 2) an ultra-sensitive Faraday rotation spectrometer for O2 detection, 3) a fully ruggedized compact and low-power laser spectrometer, and 4) a novel non-paraxial nonthin multipass cell. Preliminary tests and projection for performance of future sensors based on this technology is presented.
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Stephen So, David Thomazy, Wen Wang, Oscar Marchat, and Gerard Wysocki "Latest developments for low-power infrared laser-based trace gas sensors for sensor networks", Proc. SPIE 8154, Infrared Remote Sensing and Instrumentation XIX, 815407 (16 September 2011); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.896694
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