Photonic-crystal fibers gyroscope

Authors

  • Ali Muse Haider Kharkiv national university of radio electronics ave. Lenina 14, Kharkov, 61000

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15587/2313-8416.2015.36233

Keywords:

fiber optical gyroscope, photonic crystal fiber, Sagnac effect

Abstract

In this paper we proposed to use of a photonic crystal fiber with an inner hollow defect. The use of such fibers is not affected by a material medium on the propagation of optical radiation. Photonic crystal fibers present special properties and capabilities that lead to an outstanding potential for sensing applications

Author Biography

Ali Muse Haider, Kharkiv national university of radio electronics ave. Lenina 14, Kharkov, 61000

Faculty of electronic engineering

Department of Physical Foundations of Electronic Engineering

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2015-01-25

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Technical Sciences