|B-Phot Authors||Thomas Geernaert, Francis Berghmans, Hugo Thienpont|
A. Anuszkiewicz et al., “Sensing characteristics of the rocking filters in microstructured fibers optimized for hydrostatic pressure measurements,” Optics Express, vol. 20, no. 21, pp. 23320–23330, 2012.
|Abstract||We report on the sensing characteristics of rocking filters fabricated in two microstructured fibers with enhanced polarimetric sensitivity to hydrostatic pressure. The filter fabricated in the first fiber shows a very high sensitivity to pressure ranging from 16.2 to 43.4 nm/MPa, depending on the resonance order and features an extremely low cross-sensitivity between pressure and temperature 28 divided by 89 x 10(3) K/MPa. The filter fabricated in the second fiber has an extreme sensitivity to pressure ranging from -72.6 to -177 nm/MPa, but a less favorable cross-sensitivity between pressure and temperature of 1.05 divided by 3.50 x 10(3) K/MPa. These characteristics allow using the rocking filters for pressure measurements with mbar resolution.|
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