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Multi-Axis Bend Sensing Using a Single Surface Relief Fiber Bragg Grating

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We use a single surface relief fiber Bragg grating as a bend sensor with two degrees of freedom. By monitoring the Bragg efficiency and Bragg wavelength, an effective multi-axis bend sensor can be realized.

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