Abstract

A new technique has been demonstrated in the detection of low-frequency or dc magnetic fields in an optical-fiber interferometric sensor using the magnetostrictive approach. This technique permits magnetic-field measurements free of ambiguity associated with hysteresis effects of the material.

© 1984 Optical Society of America

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