Interferometric optical fibre sensors using internal mirrors

Interferometric optical fibre sensors using internal mirrors

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Reflectively monitored Fabry-Perot interferometers which make use of dielectric mirrors in continuous lengths of single mode fibre are characterised for use as temperature and wavelength sensors.


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