Abstract

The laser pulse width is the limiting factor for high spatial resolution measurement with a Raman distributed temperature sensor (RDTS). A 5ns laser pulse from a RDTS system has a spatial resolution of 1m. A methodology is proposed to improve this spatial resolution limit.

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