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Course: Optical Fibre Systems and Sensors

Department/Abbreviation: OPT/OVSS

Year: 2019

Guarantee: 'Ing. Zdeněk Řehoř, Ph.D.'

Annotation: The aim of the completion of the course is to gain the ability to apply theoretical knowledge of the physics of optical waveguides and optoelectronic components for the design of optoelectronic sensors of physical quantities. Emphasis is placed on the application of electro-and magneto-optical phenomena.

Course review:
1. Light as the electromagnetic and quantum signal information transmission and processing of information, signal versus noise, basic demonstration. The second measurement signal and the noise sensitivity of the system, measurement of photodiodes PIN and APD, the conversion of optical to electronic signal modulation and demodulation 3. Sources of radiation in sensing physical principles of semiconductor lasers, spectral properties, and measurement of semiconductor lasers 4. Definitions and praktical measurements of basic parameters of optical fiber transmission characteristics of optical fibers, optical fiber NA measurements, types of dispersion 5. Realization technology Electronic and generate short optical pulses, the concrete implementation circuit 6th Synchronous detection, measurement with Lock-In Anfatec and Agilent 4411B E 7. Optical fiber sensor systems: amplitude, phase, polarization 8. Measurements on optical fiber FP interferometer with an external mirror 9. Measurement of the optical fiber sensor for the analysis of the MZ optical Faraday effect 10. Exprimental measurement of phase stability of the optical fiber MZ interferometer technology Lock In 11. Rotary optic sensors, interferometer Sagnackův 12. Special optical fibers, the fibers doped with rare earth elements, the polarizing fibers, dvoujádrá fibers, multimode fiber Bragg gratings and resonators in optical fibers 13.Specielní optical fibers, doped with rare earth elements, the polarizing fibers, dvoujádrá fibers, multimode fiber Bragg gratings and resonators in optical fibers