Publication detail

COMPACT FIBER-OPTIC CURRENT SENSOR UTILIZING MULTIPLE MODES

SKALSKÝ, M.

Original Title

COMPACT FIBER-OPTIC CURRENT SENSOR UTILIZING MULTIPLE MODES

English Title

COMPACT FIBER-OPTIC CURRENT SENSOR UTILIZING MULTIPLE MODES

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

In this paper, a simple and compact fiber-optic current sensor utilizing a standard telecom fiber is demonstrated. The sensor employs a Faraday effect introducing a circular birefringence, which is added to a birefringence induced by fiber coiling. The experiments revealed that multi-mode propagation of light with wavelength of 633 nm may exhibited much better sensitivity to the Faraday effect and is less harmed by the parasitic birefringence compared to single-mode beam with 1550 nm.

English abstract

In this paper, a simple and compact fiber-optic current sensor utilizing a standard telecom fiber is demonstrated. The sensor employs a Faraday effect introducing a circular birefringence, which is added to a birefringence induced by fiber coiling. The experiments revealed that multi-mode propagation of light with wavelength of 633 nm may exhibited much better sensitivity to the Faraday effect and is less harmed by the parasitic birefringence compared to single-mode beam with 1550 nm.

Keywords

Faraday effect, optical fiber sensors, current sensor, multi-mode.

Released

25.04.2019

ISBN

978-80-214-5735-5

Book

Proceedings of the 25th Conference STUDENT EEICT 2019

Pages from

571

Pages to

575

Pages count

5

URL

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT156702,
  author="Michal {Skalský}",
  title="COMPACT FIBER-OPTIC CURRENT SENSOR UTILIZING MULTIPLE MODES",
  annote="In this paper, a simple and compact fiber-optic current sensor utilizing a standard telecom
fiber is demonstrated. The sensor employs a Faraday effect introducing a circular birefringence,
which is added to a birefringence induced by fiber coiling. The experiments revealed that multi-mode
propagation of light with wavelength of 633 nm may exhibited much better sensitivity to the Faraday
effect and is less harmed by the parasitic birefringence compared to single-mode beam with 1550 nm.",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the 25th Conference STUDENT EEICT 2019",
  chapter="156702",
  howpublished="online",
  year="2019",
  month="april",
  pages="571--575",
  type="conference paper"
}