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A simplification design of the fiber cavity ring-down technique

@article{Silva2017ASD,
  title={A simplification design of the fiber cavity ring-down technique},
  author={Susana O. Silva and Orlando Fraz{\~a}o},
  journal={arXiv: Instrumentation and Detectors},
  year={2017}
}
This paper presents a simplification design for the fiber cavity ring-down technique. The new configuration is no longer in ring cavity and is converted to a linear cavity. The proposed linear cavity is created with a single fibre coupler of 99:1 and two thin-film mirrors located at the end of the fibre arms. This configuration can be interrogated in reflection or in transmission (whether if two fibre couplers are used in conventional configuration), however the reflection interrogation… 

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