Study of Optical Fiber Sensors for Cryogenic Temperature Measurements
AbstractIn this work, the performance of five different fiber optic sensors at cryogenic temperatures has been analyzed. A photonic crystal fiber Fabry-Pérot interferometer, two Sagnac interferometers, a commercial fiber Bragg grating (FBG), and a π-phase shifted fiber Bragg grating interrogated in a random distributed feedback fiber laser have been studied. Their sensitivities and resolutions as sensors for cryogenic temperatures have been compared regarding their advantages and disadvantages. Additionally, the results have been compared with the given by a commercial optical backscatter reflectometer that allowed for distributed temperature measurements of a single mode fiber. View Full-Text
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De Miguel-Soto, V.; Leandro, D.; Lopez-Aldaba, A.; Beato-López, J.J.; Pérez-Landazábal, J.I.; Auguste, J.-L.; Jamier, R.; Roy, P.; Lopez-Amo, M. Study of Optical Fiber Sensors for Cryogenic Temperature Measurements. Sensors 2017, 17, 2773.
De Miguel-Soto V, Leandro D, Lopez-Aldaba A, Beato-López JJ, Pérez-Landazábal JI, Auguste J-L, Jamier R, Roy P, Lopez-Amo M. Study of Optical Fiber Sensors for Cryogenic Temperature Measurements. Sensors. 2017; 17(12):2773.Chicago/Turabian Style
De Miguel-Soto, Veronica; Leandro, Daniel; Lopez-Aldaba, Aitor; Beato-López, Juan J.; Pérez-Landazábal, José I.; Auguste, Jean-Louis; Jamier, Raphael; Roy, Philippe; Lopez-Amo, Manuel. 2017. "Study of Optical Fiber Sensors for Cryogenic Temperature Measurements." Sensors 17, no. 12: 2773.
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