Optical Fiber Sensors: Principles and components, Volume 1
John Dakin, B. Culshaw
Artech House, Jan 1, 1988 - Technology & Engineering - 327 pages
The first of a two-volume set on optical fiber sensors covers the underlying principles and base-line technology, providing detailed tutorials on basic concepts, essential optics, detectors, optical sources, materials, components, fibers and integrated optics. The second volume will cover systems an
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Sensor Systems and Fiber Optics
Basic Concepts of Optical Fiber Sensors
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absorption achieved acoustic amplifier amplitude angle applications atoms bandwidth beat length birefringent fiber carrier Chapter circuit coherence components core coupling crystal Dandridge depends detection detector device diffraction directional coupler doped effect electric field Electron emission emitting energy evanescent field extinction ratio fabrication Fabry-Perot feedback fiber couplers fiber laser fiber optic sensors fibre filter fluorescence frequency shifter function glass guided input integrated optics integrated optics circuits intensity interaction interferometer laser diode layer Lett light linear loss Mach-Zehnder interferometer material measurand measure medium mode multimode multiplexing noise operation optical fiber sensors output parameters Payne phase modulation photoconductor photon PIN diode polarization propagation pump radiation range receiver reflection refractive index region resonance result semiconductor laser sensitivity shot noise shown in Fig signal silica single-mode fiber structure substrate surface techniques temperature thermal typically voltage wave waveguide wavelength
International Conference on Fiber Optics and Photonics.
Limited preview - 2000
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Distributed and Multiplexed Fiber Optic Sensors, Issue 2
John Dakin,Alan D. Kersey
Snippet view - 1993