Abstract

A composite-cavity-based Fabry–Perot interferometric strain sensor system is proposed to gain the minimum cross sensitivity to temperature and a high multiplexing capability at the same time. The interrogation of the sensor system is based on a white-light interferometric technology, and the demodulation is achieved by analyzing the coherence spectra. A demonstration system with two sensors is presented and tested.

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