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By S. Ezekiel, H. J. Arditty

Currently there's significant curiosity within the software of optical meth­ ods for the size of absolute rotation. energetic methods, so-called ring laser gyros, were lower than critical improvement for a minimum of 15 years. extra lately, passive ways utilizing ring resonators or multi flip fiber interferometers have additionally established a lot pro~ise. the single earlier convention dedicated solely to optical rotation sensors, held in 1978 in San Diego, California, used to be prepared by means of the Society of Photo-optical Instru­ mentation Engineers(S.P.I.E.J. even supposing the most emphasis at that convention used to be on ring laser gyros, a few papers have been additionally integrated that defined the early improvement of fiber gyroscopes. considering then the sphere of fiber optic rotation sensors has grown so speedily convention committed essentially to this topic used to be wanted. the 1st foreign convention on Fiber-Optic Rotation Sensors was once held on the Massachusetts Institute of know-how, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Nove~­ ber September 11, 1981. the aim of the convention used to be to assemble the ~any researchers and group of workers from universities, undefined, and govern­ ment to debate and alternate rules at the many contemporary advancements in fiber­ optic rotation sensors and similar applied sciences. this system consisted of instructional papers in addition to invited and contributed papers.

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10- 6 rad) desired in measuring the SAGNAC phase shift it is reasonable, however, to include into our r Cl I ' treatment also light which may be guided in the cladding of the fiber. l General fiber with Such light is generally considered as input waves a i and output stray light, and it may be suppressed waves b i at both ends ~,~x 53 more or less completely by a cladding mode stripper. We may include this light here very simply, essentially without complicating our mathematical formalism in any way, by identifying N with the total number of core plus cladding modes that exist in the fiber.

A. P. MOELLER "Fused single-mode fiber access couplers". El ect. , 17, 243, (1981). [160] K. BOHM and P. MARTEN "Low drift fibre gyro using a superluminescent diode". Elect. , 17, 353-354, (1981). [ 161 ] J. GOSCH "Fiber optics point the way to solid-state gyro". Electronics X, 54, 73-74, (1981). J. ARDITTY, M. PAPUCHON and C. PUECH "Fiber optic rotation sensor, toward an integrated device, areview". CLEe 81, 100, (1981). A. C. J. SHAW "Reduction of backscattering error in an optical fiber gyro".

SEE - Journee d'etude : La navigation a inertie, 15 novembre 1978. [62] P. SCHNERB "Dispositif optique de mesure de la vitesse angula ire d'un mobile". French Patent 7832317, 15 novembre 1978. E. B. K. R. YOUMANS "Sagnac fiber-ring interferometer gyro with electronic phase sensing using a Ga Al As laser". Appl. Phys. Lett. 33, 940-941, (1978). [64] Me DONNELL DOUGLAS Corp. "Dispositif optique de determination de rotation, appl icable notamment a un gyroscope optique". S. Patent 967267 filed december 7, 1978.

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