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Improved noninvasive 'fibredyne' highway based on polarimetric detection of strain in polarisation-maintaining fibres

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2 Author(s)
Dakin, J.P. ; Plessey Electronic Systems Research Limited, Romsey, UK ; Pratt, D.J.

The letter reports a novel configuration of a noninvasive fibredyne highway, which has greatly improved optical efficiency, no need for a separate reference fibre and freedom from polarisation fading. Using a compensated polarimetric configuration, it can be used with semiconductor laser sources of relatively short coherence length. A received carrier/noise ratio of 55 dB has been achieved at 10 MHz with a 30 kHz bandwidth.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:21 ,  Issue: 25 )

Date of Publication:

December 5 1985

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