Abstract

Distributed optical fiber sensors have been developed as effective tools for smart structures and environmental monitoring. Superior functions have already been demonstrated, including mm-order spatial-resolution, kHz-order sampling-rate, random-accessibility, and discriminative measurement of strain and temperature.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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