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IEEE 2067-2021

IEEE Standard for Fiber Optic Sensors--Fiber Bragg Grating Interrogator Standard--Terminology and Definitions

The purpose of this standard is to clarify definitions so that ambiguity in specifications can be eliminated to facilitate broad usage of Fiber Optic Bragg grating sensors in a broad range of applications including smart civil structures, avionics, security, defense, environmental monitoring and medical diagnostics. Definitions and explanations of terms relating to the use of fiber Bragg grating interrogators are provided in this standard. It also offers a list of the key performance parameters needed to describe fully a Bragg grating-based sensor system and to allow the end user readily to compare systems from different suppliers for specific applications.

Standards Committee
PHO/SC - Standards Committee
Status
Active Standard
PAR Approval
2019-09-05
Board Approval
2021-02-09
History
Published:
2021-04-13

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Photonics Society
Standards Committee
PHO/SC - Standards Committee
Working Group
FO Sensors - Fiber Optic Sensors
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IEEE Program Manager
Tom Thompson
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Working Group Chair
David Krohn

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Standard for Fiber Optic Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS) Interrogator Standard u2013 Terminology and Definitions

This standard defines and explains terms relating to the use of fiber optic DAS interrogators. It also defines key performance parameters needed to describe fully a fiber optic DAS based sensor system and to allow the end user readily to compare systems from different suppliers.

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