Abstract

A new demodulation scheme for nonlinear fiber-optic sensors that uses a synchronous sampling technique is proposed and demonstrated. By using this scheme in a fiber-optic magnetometer, a sensitivity of <4 × 10−5 Oe of minimum detectable magnetic field has been obtained.

© 1986 Optical Society of America

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