Vol. 34, Issue 4, pp. 531-539

Vol. 34 Issue 4 pp. 531-539

Special optical fiber type D applied in optical sensor of electric currents

Tadeusz Pustelny, Kamil Barczak, Kazimierz Gut, Jan Wojcik


magneto-optic effects, special optical fibers, optoelectronic sensors, light polarization


The paper deals with investigation concerning new optical fiber structures type D which may be applied in optical fiber sensors of magnetic field and electric current. These structures have been designed, produced and tested. The results of measurements of the magneto-optic effect and the distribution of mode fields in such optical fibers have been presented, as well as the test stand designed for investigation of magneto-optic phenomena.

Vol. 34
Issue 4
pp. 531-539

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