Optical fibre sensing and signal processing
P. Peregrinus on behalf of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, 1984 - Science - 223 pages
This book reviews the potential of this powerful technology and demonstrates where the electronics and the mechanical engineering can play their part in the design of a real practical system.
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Optical sources for sensors and signal processing
Demodulation of light
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acoustic amplitude analysis angle applications attenuation axis bandwidth basic beam cavity Chapter circular coefficient coherence components connector core coupler coupling crystal delay line detection detector device diode Doppler effect eigenmodes electro-optic Electron Faraday rotation fibre optic fibre systems filter frequency function Gaussian beam guided wave optics gyroscope heterodyne hydrophone input integrated optic intensity modulation interface interferometer laser sources lasing length lens linear polarisation linewidth material measurand measurement mechanical medium microbending microns multiplexing noise level numerical aperture optical fibre sensors optical phase optical power optical source output parameters path difference phase modulation photodetector photodiode photon PIN diode Poincare sphere polarised light potential principles probe processors propagation radiation range readily reference refractive index region relatively resolution semiconductor laser sensitivity shot noise shown in Fig signal processing signal to noise single-mode fibre spatial spectrum taps techniques temperature thermal transducer transmission transverse mode typically variations wave wavelength
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