Gangwar, R.K.; Kumari, S.; Pathak, A.K.; Gutlapalli, S.D.; Meena, M.C. Optical Fiber Based Temperature Sensors: A Review. Optics2023, 4, 171-197.
Gangwar, R.K.; Kumari, S.; Pathak, A.K.; Gutlapalli, S.D.; Meena, M.C. Optical Fiber Based Temperature Sensors: A Review. Optics 2023, 4, 171-197.
Current generation witnesses a huge interest in optical waveguide due to their salient feature such as low cost, immune to electromagnetic interference, easy to multiplex, compact size, etc. These features of the optical fibers makes it an useful tool for various sensing applications including medicine, automotive, biotechnology, food quality control, aerospace, physical and chemical monitoring etc. Among all the reported application, the device has been widely exploited to measure the physical and chemical variation in surrounding environment. Optical fiber based temperature sensor plays a crucial role in this decade to detect high fever and tackle COVID like pandemic. Recognizing the major developments in the field of the optical fibers, this article aims to provide recent progress in temperature sensor utilizing several sensing configuration including standard fiber, photonic crystal fiber, and Bragg grating fibers. Additionally, the article also highlights the advantages, limitations, and future possibilities in this area.
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