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High-g Accelerometer Based on an In-Fiber Bragg Grating Sensor

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An accelerometer based on an in-fiber Bragg grating sensor has been fabricated and demonstrated. The grating sensor operates linearly up to accelerations of 170,000 gn. The design, testing and performance of the accelerometer are discussed.

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