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Hollow Core Fiber Optic Ring Resonator for Rotation Sensing

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An exciting new fiber optic resonator architecture that addresses performance barriers of the past is presented for applications in rotation sensing. It uses bandgap fiber. Experimental results of first resonators showing encouraging performance are presented.

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