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Temperature-Insensitive Microdisplacement Sensor Based on Locally Bent Microfiber Taper Modal Interferometer

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Temperature-Insensitive Microdisplacement Sensor Based on Locally Bent Microfiber Taper Modal Interferometer

ABSTRACT:

We report a temperature-insensitive microdisplacement sensor with a locally bent microfiber taper interferometer. The microfiber taper waist diameter can be optimized to minimize the spectral shift of the sensor owing to the environmental temperature change. With a $sim! 1.92-muhbox{m}$ -diameter microfiber taper, a bimodal fiber interferometer is proposed and experimentally fabricated. The transmission spectrum shows substantially small temperature dependence matching well with the theoretical estimation. The transmission spectrum is red-shifted in response to microdisplacement with a high sensitivity of 102 $hbox{pm}/muhbox{m}$ but without requirement for temperature compensation.


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