Abstract

A temperature-stable electrical current transducer, with a spun birefringent elliptical-core optical fiber, has been designed, theoretically analyzed, constructed, and tested. The transducer uses a novel form of Sagnac interferometer to cancel the temperature dependence of the spun fiber.

© 1993 Optical Society of America

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