1 January 1995 Fiber vibration sensor that uses the speckle contrast ratio
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Abstract
A vibration sensing technique using the speckle contrast ratio from a multimode fiber is introduced. This sensing technique is based on time integration by a CCD camera, from which the contrast ratio of the speckle patterns can be measured. Important aspects of the proposed sensor are that it can be applied to high-frequency vibration sensing and that its operation is rather simple.
Francis T. S. Yu, Jianzhong Zhang, Kun Pan, Dazun Zhao, Paul B. Ruffin, "Fiber vibration sensor that uses the speckle contrast ratio," Optical Engineering 34(1), (1 January 1995). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.188329
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