Toward a New Generation of Photonic Humidity Sensors
AbstractThis review offers new perspectives on the subject and highlights an area in need of further research. It includes an analysis of current scientific literature mainly covering the last decade and examines the trends in the development of electronic, acoustic and optical-fiber humidity sensors over this period. The major findings indicate that a new generation of sensor technology based on optical fibers is emerging. The current trends suggest that electronic humidity sensors could soon be replaced by sensors that are based on photonic structures. Recent scientific advances are expected to allow dedicated systems to avoid the relatively high price of interrogation modules that is currently a major disadvantage of fiber-based sensors. View Full-Text
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Kolpakov, S.A.; Gordon, N.T.; Mou, C.; Zhou, K. Toward a New Generation of Photonic Humidity Sensors. Sensors 2014, 14, 3986-4013.
Kolpakov SA, Gordon NT, Mou C, Zhou K. Toward a New Generation of Photonic Humidity Sensors. Sensors. 2014; 14(3):3986-4013.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kolpakov, Stanislav A.; Gordon, Neil T.; Mou, Chengbo; Zhou, Kaiming. 2014. "Toward a New Generation of Photonic Humidity Sensors." Sensors 14, no. 3: 3986-4013.