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Type: Artigo
Title: Photonic-crystal fiber-based pressure sensor for dual environment monitoring
Author: Osorio, J. H
Hayashi, J. G.
Espinel, Y. A. V.
Franco, M. A. R.
Andres, M. V.
Cordeiro, C. M. B.
Abstract: In this paper the development of a side-hole photonic-crystal fiber (SH-PCF) pressure sensor for dual environment monitoring is reported. SH-PCF properties (phase and group birefringence, sensitivity to pressure variations) are measured and compared to simulated data. In order to probe two environments, two sections of the SH-PCF with different lengths are spliced and set in a Solc filter-like configuration. This setup allows obtaining the individual responses of the first and second fiber independently, which is useful for a space-multiplexed measurement. As the employed fiber is sensitive to pressure variations, we report the use of this configuration for dual environment pressure sensing.
In this paper the development of a side-hole photonic-crystal fiber (SH-PCF) pressure sensor for dual environment monitoring is reported. SH-PCF properties (phase and group birefringence, sensitivity to pressure variations) are measured and compared to simulated data. In order to probe two environments, two sections of the SH-PCF with different lengths are spliced and set in a Solc filter-like configuration. This setup allows obtaining the individual responses of the first and second fiber independently, which is useful for a space-multiplexed measurement. As the employed fiber is sensitive to pressure variations, we report the use of this configuration for dual environment pressure sensing.
Subject: Cristais fotônicos
Birrefringência
Fibras
Country: Estados Unidos
Editor: Optical Society of America
Citation: Applied Optics. Optical Society Of American (osa), v. , n. 17, p. 3668 - 3672, 2014.
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1364/AO.53.003668
Address: https://www.osapublishing.org/ao/abstract.cfm?uri=ao-53-17-3668
Date Issue: 2014
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