Title page for ETD etd-72197-14559

Type of Document Dissertation
Author Musa, Shah M.
Author's Email Address smusa@msn.com
URN etd-72197-14559
Title Real-Time Signal Processing and Hardware Development for a Wavelength Modulated Optical Fiber Sensor System
Degree PhD
Department Electrical and Computer Engineering
Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title
Murphy, Kent A. Committee Chair
Claus, Richard O. Committee Member
Murphy, Kent A. Committee Member
Reed, Jeffrey Hugh Committee Member
Simpson, Roger L. Committee Member
Wang, Anbo Committee Member
  • Real-time DSP
  • optical fiber sensor
  • extrinsic Fabry-Perot interferometer
  • fiber Bragg grating sensor
Date of Defense 1997-06-26
Availability unrestricted
The use of optical fiber sensors is increasing widely in civil, industrial, and military applications mainly due to their, (a) miniature size, (b) high sensitivity, (c) immunity from electro-magnetic interference, (d) resistance to harsh environments, (e) remote signal processing ability, and, (f) multiplexing capabilities. Because of these advantages a variety of optical fiber sensing techniques have evolved over the years having potentials for myriad of applications. One very challenging job, for any of these optical fiber sensing techniques, is to implement a stand alone system with the design and development of all the signal processing models along with the necessary hardware, firmware, and software satisfying the real-time signal processing requirements. In this work we first develop the equations for the system model of the wavelength modulated extrinsic Fabry-Perot interferometric (EFPI) optical fiber sensor, and then design and build all the hardware and software necessary to implement a stand-a
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