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Distributed sensing applications of Rayleigh scattering in fiber optic cables

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Abstract

Distributed sensing using coherent Rayleigh scattering can turn standard fiber optic cable into an array of thousands of virtual strain and temperature sensors covering up to 50km per system. A summary of the application of this technology to border and infrastructure protection, transportation, oil and gas production and exploration, and regional seismology will be presented.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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