Fiber Bragg grating as UVA sensor

Piotr Lesiak, Adam Widomski, Łukasz Szelągowski, Piotr Sobotka, Anna Dużyńska, Anna Wróblewska, Konrad Markowski, Tomasz Osuch, Tomasz Woliński

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The idea of this paper implies the possibility to exploit the properties of graphene oxide (GO) to fiber Bragg grating (FBG) UVA radiation sensor design. The idea assumes that a temperature change around the fiber can be induced by UVA radiation. UVA lighting will increase the internal energy of the GO and consequently locally raise the temperature on the surface of the optical fiber with FBG sensor and changing Bragg wavelength

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