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Low Magnetic Field Detection Technique using Fiber Beam Cantilever Method for a Very Hazardous Environment

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Abstract

Fiber-optic low magnetic field sensor based on fiber-beam-cantilever technique using cobalt-doped nickel-ferrite nanoparticles coated optical fiber is proposed. Sensitivity is increased by incorporating etched single-mode fiber. Magnetic field as low as 2.0mT is successfully detected.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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