Abstract

A Fabry–Perot (FP) cavity of simple design and based on a pure silica diaphragm-free hollow tube is proposed. Its operation is based on a first reflection of light at the end of the single-mode fiber that illuminates the silica rod and in a second reflection that takes place at the end of the rod. The FP cavity is characterized for high temperature, pressure and refractive index sensing, showing useful characteristics for the measurement of these three parameters. The diaphragm-free configuration simplifies the measurement of the refractive index of fluids.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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