Advances and new applications using the acousto-optic effect in optical fibers

A.A.P. Pohl, R.A. Oliveira, R.E. Da Silva, C.A.F. Marques, P.D.T. Neves Jr, K. Cook, J. Canning, R.N. Nogueira

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This work presents a short review of the current research on the acousto-optic mechanism applied to optical fibers. The role of the piezoelectric element and the acousto-optic modulator in the excitation of flexural and longitudinal acoustic modes in the frequency range up to 1.2 MHz is highlighted. A combination of the finite elements and the transfer matrix methods is used to simulate the interaction of the waves with Bragg and long period gratings. Results show a very good agreement with experimental data. Recent applications such as the writing of gratings under the acoustic excitation and a novel viscometer sensor based on the acousto-optic mechanism are discussed.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1–25
JournalPhotonic Sensors
Volume3
Issue number1
Early online date11 Jan 2013
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Mar 2013

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Pohl, A. A. P., Oliveira, R. A., Da Silva, R. E., Marques, C. A. F., Neves Jr, P. D. T., Cook, K., ... Nogueira, R. N. (2013). Advances and new applications using the acousto-optic effect in optical fibers. Photonic Sensors, 3(1), 1–25. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13320-013-0100-0
Pohl, A.A.P. ; Oliveira, R.A. ; Da Silva, R.E. ; Marques, C.A.F. ; Neves Jr, P.D.T. ; Cook, K. ; Canning, J. ; Nogueira, R.N. / Advances and new applications using the acousto-optic effect in optical fibers. In: Photonic Sensors. 2013 ; Vol. 3, No. 1. pp. 1–25.
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Advances and new applications using the acousto-optic effect in optical fibers. / Pohl, A.A.P.; Oliveira, R.A.; Da Silva, R.E.; Marques, C.A.F.; Neves Jr, P.D.T.; Cook, K.; Canning, J.; Nogueira, R.N.

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