Abstract

Fiber Bragg gratings engraved in standard telecommunications-grade single-mode fibers without previous hydrogen loading show enhanced thermal stability for high-temperature measurements up to 800°C. The reflectivity decay at that temperature is adequate for industrial applications with a weekly change of sensing heads.

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