Abstract

Helical-structured fiber devices has attracted increasing attention due to their very promising applications in both communication and sensing. In this paper, we will present our recent works on sensors based on helical-structured seven-core fiber, including the principle, fabrication and as well as their performance of ultra-sensitive strain and directional torsion measurements.

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