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2020 International Conference on Applied Electronics (AE)
This paper analyzes wavelength drifts of a Fiber Bragg Grating interrogation device due to variations in different environmental conditions. First, the thermal induced wavelength shifts of the Fiber Bragg Gratings were abstracted. Then, it was possible to investigate the correlations between wavelength drifts and A) temperature of the interrogation device, B) air pressure, and C) static inclination of the interrogation device. Out of these three factors, unsteady temperature of thedoi:10.23919/ae49394.2020.9232883 fatcat:zjk722y64jdkjih4eyhlducnqm