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Yi-zheng Guo

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Frontiers of Information Technology & Electronic Engineering  2019 Vol.20 No.5 P.674-684

http://doi.org/10.1631/FITEE.1800347


Rapid thermal sensors with high resolution based on an adaptive dual-comb system


Author(s):  Yi-zheng Guo, Ming Yan, Qiang Hao, Kang-wen Yang, Xu-ling Shen, He-ping Zeng

Affiliation(s):  Shanghai Key Laboratory of Modern Optical System, Engineering Research Center of Optical Instrument and System (Ministry of Education), School of Optical-Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Shanghai for Science and Technology, Shanghai 200093, China; more

Corresponding email(s):   yizhengguo_usst@126.com, xlshen@lps.ecnu.edu.cn, hpzeng@phy.ecnu.edu.cn

Key Words:  Interferometers, Fiber sensors, Laser spectroscopy


Yi-zheng Guo, Ming Yan, Qiang Hao, Kang-wen Yang, Xu-ling Shen, He-ping Zeng. Rapid thermal sensors with high resolution based on an adaptive dual-comb system[J]. Frontiers of Information Technology & Electronic Engineering, 2019, 20(5): 674-684.

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Abstract: 
We report a high-resolution rapid thermal sensing based on adaptive dual comb spectroscopy interrogated with a phase-shifted fiber Bragg grating (PFBG). In comparison with traditional dual-comb systems, adaptive dual-comb spectroscopy is extremely simplified by removing the requirement of strict phase-locking feedback loops from the dual-comb configuration. Instead, two free-running fiber lasers are adopted as the light sources. Because of good compensation of fast instabilities with adaptive techniques, the optical response of the PFBG is precisely characterized through a fast Fourier transform of the interferograms in the time domain. Single-shot acquisition can be accomplished rapidly within tens of milliseconds at a spectral resolution of 0.1 pm, corresponding to a thermal measurement resolution of 0.01 °C. The optical spectral bandwidth of the measurement also exceeds 14 nm, which indicates a large dynamic temperature range. It shows great potential for thermal sensing in practical outdoor applications with a loose self-control scheme in the adaptive dual-comb system.

基于自适应双光梳系统的高分辨率快速热传感器

摘要:提出一种基于自适应双光梳光谱测量系统的相移光纤布拉格光栅(PFBG)高分辨率快速热传感技术。与传统双光梳系统相比,自适应双光梳系统以两个自由运行的光纤激光器为光源,消除了严格的锁相反馈环节,极大降低了系统复杂度。利用自适应技术对光梳梳齿的快速不稳定性进行较好补偿,通过对干涉图进行时域快速傅里叶变换,精确表征了PFBG的光学响应。单次采集可在几十毫秒内完成,光谱分辨率为0.1 pm,对应的热测量分辨率为0.01 ℃。测量的光谱带宽超过14 nm,说明动态测量范围较大。自适应双光梳系统采用宽松的自控制方案,在室外实际应用中显示出巨大潜力。

关键词:干涉仪;光纤传感器;激光光谱学

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