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Study of the Linearity Performances of a Polarization-Based Vibration Sensor

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In this paper the performances of a polarimetric vibration sensor are theoretically and experimentally analyzed. We show that this sensor can recover the vibration spectrum without distortions up to an acceleration of 300 m/s2.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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