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Low-Cost OFDR Distributed Fiber Sensing Enabled by Fiber with Enhanced Rayleigh Backscattering

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Abstract

This paper shows that a low-cost diode laser with 1-nm tuning range can perform effective optical frequency domain reflectometry distributed sensing measurement using a fiber with strong Rayleigh backscattering profile.

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Joseph D. Hart, Meredith N. Hutchinson, and Geoffrey A. Cranch
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