Abstract

We propose and experimentally demonstrate a novel auto-correction method for improving temperature stability in long-range Raman distributed fiber temperature sensors. The proposed method is based on multi-stage constant temperature control and dynamic gain calibration technology, which can suppress the unstable photoresponsivity and noise of a system. The experimental results indicate that the temperature stability is optimized from ±12.6°C to ±7.2°C at the sensing distance of 30 km for multimode fiber using this method.

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