Nikodem M., Gomółka G., Klimczak M., Pysz D., and Buczyński R.
In this paper, we present a laser-based sensing inside anti-resonant hollow core fiber. A distributed feedback laser diode operating near 2004 nm and a 1.35-m-long silica-based fiber are used to demonstrate carbon dioxide detection with sensitivity down to ~5 ppmv. Gas exchange time as low as 5 seconds is obtained. This performance was achieved in a very simple optical configuration, without any mirrors or lenses in the setup.
Optics Express, 2019, vol. 27(10), pp. 14998-15006, doi: 10.1364/OE.27.014998
Originally published on - May 24, 2019, 10:54 a.m.
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