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Coherent Proximity Sensor with High Density Fiber Array

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Abstract

A linear, high density single mode fiber (SMF) array with 15 pm center spacing was fabricated and used to make coherent distance measurements. Objects were detected up to 250μm from the fiber without a lens.

© 2006 Optical Society of America

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