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      Magneto‐optic current sensing with birefringent fibers

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      Applied Physics Letters
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          Linear polarization in birefringent single‐mode fibers

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            Polarization and magnetooptic properties of single-mode optical fiber.

            A. Smith (1978)
            The polarization and magnetooptic properties of a sample of single-mode optical fiber have been investigated. The fiber acts as a linear retarder, and the degree of retardation is dependent on the external pressure applied to the fiber. The stress optic coefficient is found to be 8.72 x 10(-10) N(-1) m(2). The direction of linear polarization is rotated when a longitudinal magnetic field is applied to the fiber (Faraday effect). The Verdet constant is 1.56 x 10(-2) min A(-1). The intrinsic specific linear retardation of the fiber is found to be less than 0.44 rad m(-1) from the magnetooptic measurements. The fiber has been used in an experimental current measurement device.
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              Evolution of polarization along a single‐mode fiber

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                Journal
                Applied Physics Letters
                Appl. Phys. Lett.
                AIP Publishing
                0003-6951
                1077-3118
                June 1979
                June 1979
                : 34
                : 11
                : 768-770
                Article
                10.1063/1.90667
                73ac76b3-22ba-4e73-a5ac-b6c8db922416
                © 1979
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