Optical fiber networks for remote fiber optic sensors
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This paper presents an overview of optical fiber sensor networks for remote sensing. Firstly, the state of the art of remote fiber sensor systems has been considered. We have summarized the great evolution of these systems in recent years; this progress confirms that fiber-optic remote sensing is a promising technology with a wide field of practical applications. Afterwards, the most representa ... [++]
This paper presents an overview of optical fiber sensor networks for remote sensing. Firstly, the state of the art of remote fiber sensor systems has been considered. We have summarized the great evolution of these systems in recent years; this progress confirms that fiber-optic remote sensing is a promising technology with a wide field of practical applications. Afterwards, the most representative remote fiber-optic sensor systems are briefly explained, discussing their schemes, challenges, pros and cons. Finally, a synopsis of the main factors to take into consideration in the design of a remote sensor system is gathered. [--]
Raman amplification, Fiber optic sensor multiplexing, Remote sensing, Fiber Bragg gratings (FBGs), Long distance remote, Erbium doped fiber, Bus protection network, Raman, Amplification, Bragg Gratings, Fabry Perot, Ring laser, System, Strain, Amplifiers
Sensors, 2012, 12(4). Págs. 3929-3951
Universidad Pública de Navarra. Departamento de Ingeniería Eléctrica y Electrónica / Nafarroako Unibertsitate Publikoa. Ingeniaritza Elektrikoa eta Elektronikoa Saila
This work was supported by the Spanish Government project TEC2010-20224-C02-01.
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