Remote fiber optic gyroscopes for a broad range of applications

@article{Bowser1996RemoteFO,
  title={Remote fiber optic gyroscopes for a broad range of applications},
  author={Mark J. Bowser and James Hammond and Michael S. Perlmutter and Christopher I. Reynolds},
  journal={Proceedings of Position, Location and Navigation Symposium - PLANS '96},
  year={1996},
  pages={553-558}
}
  • Mark J. Bowser, James Hammond, +1 author Christopher I. Reynolds
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    Proceedings of Position…
    1996
  • Engineering
  • Fibersense Technology Corporation has completed the development of a new type of Fiber Optic Gyroscope (FOG) configuration in which the sensing element-the fiber coil-is separated from all other gyro elements. This configuration allows fiber coils to be located on the device of interest, without requiring any electrical connections to the rest of the gyro or system. A production version of this configuration, now being manufactured for a missile application, uses a sensing coil 1.3 inches in… CONTINUE READING

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