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Optical Fiber Sensors Volume 3: Components and Subsystems

Optical Fiber Sensors Volume 3: Components and Subsystems

By (author)s: Brian Culshaw, John P. Dakin
Copyright: 1996
Pages: 308
ISBN: 9780890069325

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This hands-on problem-solving guide brings together the knowledge of international authors in the field to create a state-of-the-art picture of optical fiber sensors. It includes technology overviews, surveys applications, and describes measurement and implementation techniques. Helpful real-world case studies are also featured. Actual sensor performance examples provide guidance on measurement evaluations, environmental conditions, performance limitations, potential applications, and process-compatible formats, devices, and systems. Optical Fiber Sensors III: Components and Subsystems discusses the significance of recent fiber optic developments, including: The Fiber Bragg grating - and its impact on the basics of sensing technology; The optical fiber amplifier - and its emergence as an important optical source when configured asa laser and as a broadband photoluminescent device; Distributed sensing - and its development at both the conceptual level and in the engineering of optical time-domain reflectometers.
Revisiting Optical Fiber Sensors. Fiber Gratings. Evanescently Coupled Components. Optical Fiber Lasers and Amplifiers. Advances in High-Speed OTDR Detection Techniques. Spectral Measurement Techniques for Optical Fiber Sensors.
  • Brian Culshaw Brian Culshaw has been a professor of electronics at Strathclyde University, Scotland since 1983, where he currently serves as head of the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering.
  • John P. Dakin
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