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2 Frustrated total internal reflection configuration (reprinted from Ref. 4 with permission). 3 Frustrated total internal reflection response curves (reprinted from Ref. 4 with permission). 3 Reflective Concept The reflective concept5,6 is especially attractive for broad sensor use due to accuracy, simplicity, and potentially low cost. The concept is shown in Fig. 4(a). The sensor comprises two bundles of fibers or a pair of single fibers. One bundle of fibers transmits light to a reflecting target, and the other bundle traps reflected light and transmits it to a detector.
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The perturbation causes a change in received light intensity, which is a function of the phenomenon being measured. Phase-modulated sensors compare the phase of light in a sensing fiber to a reference fiber in a device known as an interferometer. Phase difference can be measured with extreme sensitivity. Phase-modulated sensors are much more accurate than intensity-modulated sensors and can be used over a much larger dynamic range. However, they are often much more expensive. For the most part, interferometers have found applications in military systems where cost is not necessarily a major consideration.
An Outline of Wave Mechanics by Mott N.F.