Spectral effects in a reflective Fabry-Perot fiber for magnetic field sensing subjected to reciprocal perturbations
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The influence of the intrinsic linear birefringence and/or the external reciprocal perturbations on the free spectral range of a reflective fiber Fabry-Perot, for magnetic field sensing, with a conventional or a Faraday rotator mirror, are analyzed and discussed. By means of the calculation of the eigenvectors and their eigenvalues, the optical frequencies of such sensor, are evaluated. Results show an improvement in the finesse of the resonator respect the transmissive configuration.
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