Corpus ID: 195783316

DESIGN FOR SENSOR BASED ON SUSPENDED CORE MICROSTRUCTURED OPTICAL FIBER

@inproceedings{SCROB2017DESIGNFS,
  title={DESIGN FOR SENSOR BASED ON SUSPENDED CORE MICROSTRUCTURED OPTICAL FIBER},
  author={Alexandru SCROB and J. Auguste and G. Ramona and TUS and L. Szolga and N. Toşa},
  year={2017}
}
In the paper is proposed the design for a sensor based on a new three-hole microstructured optical fiber. The simulations show that the size of the core has a great effect on its applicability on both sensing and transmission. The core of the fiber should have the diameter around 1μm to 6 μm and the experimental results prove that the fabricated optical fiber would make a good sensor with losses measured around 4,5 dB/m. 

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