Evaluation of optical sensors

Optical sensors can be used to measure a wide range of physical quantities such as tension, pressure, temperature, refractive index, etc. Since they are insensitive to electromagnetic interference and enable non-contact as well as non-destructive examinations, optical sensors are used for the monitoring of buildings and technical facilities as well as in chemical and biological analysis. With an innovative approach, optical sensors can be evaluated electronically and even connected wirelessly. This paves the way for a distributed, decentralized and radio-based sensor network without limitations due to fiber cabling in mobile and stationary applications.

Publikationen / Publications

Nordmeyer, U.; Thiel, T.; Kojucharow, K.; Neumann, N. On the Advantages of Microwave Photonic Interrogation of Fiber-Based Sensors: A Noise Analysis. Sensors, 2023. https://doi.org/10.3390/s23073746

Nordmeyer, U., Neumann, N., Thiel, T., Kojucharow, K. and Plettemeier, D.: Using the Phase Response of Fiber Bragg Gratings for Measurement Applications. Sensors and Measuring Systems; 21th ITG/GMA-Symposium 11.-12.05., 2022. https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/abstract/document/9861898