Frequency-derived distributed optical-fiber sensing technique: theory and characterization.

@article{Parvaneh2000FrequencyderivedDO,
  title={Frequency-derived distributed optical-fiber sensing technique: theory and characterization.},
  author={F. Parvaneh and Vincent Andrei Handerek and Anthony J. Rogers},
  journal={Applied optics},
  year={2000},
  volume={39 18},
  pages={
          3032-43
        }
}
  • F. Parvaneh, Vincent Andrei Handerek, Anthony J. Rogers
  • Published in Applied optics 2000
  • Physics, Medicine
  • Frequency-derived distributed optical-fiber sensing is a method for remote measurement of the spatial distribution of linear birefringence in an optical fiber, allowing a corresponding measurement of those external measurands that influence this birefringence. The method employs a pump-probe scheme, which, by use of the optical Kerr effect, generates an optical modulation of the probe beam, with a modulation frequency whose temporal variation maps the spatial distribution of birefringence. We… CONTINUE READING

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