Robust fiber-optic sensor networks
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- Perez-Herrera, R.A., Fernandez-Vallejo, M. & Lopez-Amo, M. Photonic Sens (2012) 2: 366. doi:10.1007/s13320-012-0083-2
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The ability to operate despite failure will become increasingly important as the use of optical sensor networks grows, and the amount of sensing information to be handled by a sensor network is increasing, especially for safety and security applications. In this review, the four categories of protection to allow service to be reestablished after a failure (dedicated/shared and line/path) are thoroughly discussed. This paper also presents an overview of the most representative robust fiber-optic sensor systems, discussing their schemes, pros and cons.
KeywordsSelf-healingrobustresiliencefiber-optic sensor multiplexingfiber Bragg gratings (FBGs)fiber-optic networks
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