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Distributed fiber-optic sensor for detection and localization of acoustic vibrations

Originální název

Distributed fiber-optic sensor for detection and localization of acoustic vibrations

Anglický název

Distributed fiber-optic sensor for detection and localization of acoustic vibrations

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en

Originální abstrakt

A sensing system utilizing the standard optical fiber as a distributed sensor for detection and localization of the mechanical vibrations is presented. Vibrations can be caused by various external factors like moving people, cars, trains, and other objects producing mechanical vibrations that are sensed by a fiber. In our laboratory we have designed a sensing system based on phase -OTDR (phase sensitive Optical Time Domain Reflectometry) using extremely narrow laser and EDFAs.

Anglický abstrakt

A sensing system utilizing the standard optical fiber as a distributed sensor for detection and localization of the mechanical vibrations is presented. Vibrations can be caused by various external factors like moving people, cars, trains, and other objects producing mechanical vibrations that are sensed by a fiber. In our laboratory we have designed a sensing system based on phase -OTDR (phase sensitive Optical Time Domain Reflectometry) using extremely narrow laser and EDFAs.

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@article{BUT110316,
  author="Radim {Šifta} and Petr {Münster} and Petr {Sysel} and Tomáš {Horváth} and Vít {Novotný} and Ondřej {Krajsa}",
  title="Distributed fiber-optic sensor for detection and localization of acoustic vibrations",
  annote="A sensing system utilizing the standard optical fiber as a distributed sensor for detection and localization of the mechanical vibrations is presented. Vibrations can be caused by various external factors like moving people, cars, trains, and other objects producing mechanical vibrations that are sensed by a fiber. In our laboratory we have designed a sensing system based on phase -OTDR (phase sensitive Optical Time Domain Reflectometry) using extremely narrow laser and EDFAs.",
  address="Metrology and Measurement Systems",
  chapter="110316",
  doi="10.1515/mms-2015-0009",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="Metrology and Measurement Systems",
  number="[1]",
  volume="[22]",
  year="2015",
  month="february",
  pages="111--118",
  publisher="Metrology and Measurement Systems",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}