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Fiber grating sensors
A.D. Kersey;M.A. Davis;H.J. Patrick;M. LeBlanc.
Journal of Lightwave Technology (1997)
Accurate whole human genome sequencing using reversible terminator chemistry
David R. Bentley;Shankar Balasubramanian;Harold P. Swerdlow;Harold P. Swerdlow;Geoffrey P. Smith.
Multiplexed fiber Bragg grating strain-sensor system with a fiber Fabry–Perot wavelength filter
Alan D. Kersey;T. A. Berkoff;W. W. Morey.
Optics Letters (1993)
Analysis of the response of long period fiber gratings to external index of refraction
H.J. Patrick;A.D. Kersey;F. Bucholtz.
Journal of Lightwave Technology (1998)
High-resolution fibre-grating based strain sensor with interferometric wavelength-shift detection
A.D. Kersey;T.A. Berkoff;W.W. Morey.
Electronics Letters (1992)
Hybrid fiber Bragg grating/long period fiber grating sensor for strain/temperature discrimination
H.J. Patrick;G.M. Williams;A.D. Kersey;J.R. Pedrazzani.
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters (1996)
A Review of Recent Developments in Fiber Optic Sensor Technology
Alan D. Kersey.
Optical Fiber Technology (1996)
Fiber-Optic Sensing: A Historical Perspective
B. Culshaw;A. Kersey.
Journal of Lightwave Technology (2008)
Pseudoheterodyne detection scheme for optical interferometers
D.A. Jackson;A.D. Kersey;M. Corke;J.D.C. Jones.
Electronics Letters (1982)
All-fibre Bragg grating strain-sensor demodulation technique using a wavelength division coupler
M.A. Davis;A.D. Kersey.
Electronics Letters (1994)
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