Phiphithirankarn, P. and Yabosdee, P. and Yupapin, P.P. (2008) Nonlinear effects in fiber grating to nano-scale measurement resolution. Proc. of SPIE , 6793 . 67930S-1.
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We propose the results of optical Kerr effects in fiber grating for the measurement resolution. When the high power laser is launched into fiber grating, optical Kerr effects are induced in grating region then the effective refractive index is changed depending on the input power. The results that are given by the mathematical simulation, have shown the relation between the reflectivity and Bragg wavelength. All results can be used to analyze and improve the resolution of measurement system for fiber grating sensors and its applications.
|Subjects:||Technology > Manufacturing processes for nanotechnology|
|Deposited On:||17 Apr 2009 08:08|
|Last Modified:||17 Apr 2009 08:08|
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