Abstract

A fiber-tip high-temperature sensor based on multimode interference is demonstrated both theoretically and experimentally. The temperature sensor presented can measure a broad temperature interval ranging from room temperature to 1089°C. An average sensitivity of 11.4pm/°C is achieved experimentally.

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