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Polarization-maintaining distributed fiber-optic sensor: software elimination of second-order (ghost) coupling points

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Abstract

A distributed polarization-maintaining sensor is theoretically analyzed when the applied perturbations are large enough to generate second-order effects. A software algorithm has been developed that identifies the real perturbation points and returns the magnitude of the perturbations distributed along the fiber.

© 1995 Optical Society of America

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