This paper reports a coaxial cable Bragg grating (CCBG) fabricated by drilling holes into the cable at periodic distances along the axial direction. Resonances were observed at discrete frequencies in both transmission and reflection spectra. The analogy of the CCBG with a fiber Bragg grating is shown. The grating was tested for the potential application as a strain-sensing device.
T. Wei et al., "Coaxial Cable Bragg Grating," Applied Physics Letters, vol. 99, no. 11, American Institute of Physics (AIP), Sep 2011.
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Electrical and Computer Engineering
National Science Foundation (U.S.)
Keywords and Phrases
Axial direction; Discrete frequencies; Drilling holes; Potential applications; Reflection spectra; Strain sensing, Coaxial cables; Fiber Bragg gratings; Sensors, Cables
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01 Sep 2011