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Janus-configured all fibre laser Doppler velocimetry

Janus-configured all fibre laser Doppler velocimetry

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Laser Doppler velocimetry (LDV) is a high precision instrument based on the Doppler effect of a laser, and it would greatly improve the performance of vehicle navigation and vehicle velocity metrology for its advantages. To reduce the measurement error produced by a jolt of a vehicle, a novel Janus-configured all fibre LDV is designed. The system comprising two independent interferometers is connected by 1.55 μm single mode fibre devices. Road experiments are carried out to compare the performances of the microwave radar, single beam LDV and Janus-configured LDV. The Janus-configured LDV is reliable to measure the velocity of the vehicle and its root-mean-square error is 0.0222 m/s, while it is 0.0284 m/s for the single beam LDV. The results validate that the designed LDV can achieve improved performance of vehicle velocity measurement.

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