Optical fibre switches will play an ever-increasing role in future network deployments for routing, protection, bypass, remote monitoring, sensing, and testing, used in data traffic routing, and cross connects with the future potential of wavelength routing.
As far as light-guiding applications are concerned, multimode optical fibers (MMFs) are known to be hair-thin strands of glass that are universal.
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In an article published in the journal Aerospace, researchers achieved real-time monitoring of strains and structural displacements for the target Joined-Wing aircraft via Fiber Optic Sensing System (FOSS).
An interdisciplinary team of researchers was able to optimize an optical glass fiber for the first time, facilitating extremely precise focus of light with various wavelengths.
A study published in Photonics offers a new perspective on the localization of light in the core of solid-core micro-structured optical fibers, the effect of orbital and spin parts of the Poynting vector (energy flow), and singularities arising in it.
In an article published in the open-access journal Sensors, researchers suggested a novel laser parameter measuring technique based on cone-arranged array fibers to enhance the measurable spot size, spatial sampling resolution, and permissible incidence angle range.
In an article published in the journal Sensors, researchers demonstrated that by the judicious placement of a fiber-optic sensor (FOS), strain and temperature within copper cables submitted to bending could be monitored.
A recent study published in Sensors demonstrates the use of downhole fiber-optic sensors for monitoring carbon dioxide.
In an article published in Polymers, researchers described a technique for minimizing thermal residual strain in a metal-CFRP-metal hybrid tube (MCMHT).