By Mario N. Armenise, Caterina Ciminelli, Francesco Dell'Olio, Vittorio M. N. Passaro
This monograph collects and severely stories the most effects acquired by way of the clinical group in gyroscope applied sciences learn box. It describes architectures, layout thoughts and fabrication expertise of angular price sensors proposed in literature. MEMS, MOEMS, optical and mechanical applied sciences are mentioned including possible functionality. The ebook additionally consideres destiny examine tendencies aimed to hide specified functions. The publication is meant for researchers and Ph.D. scholars drawn to modelling, layout and fabrication of gyros. The ebook could be a precious schooling help in a few college classes thinking about gyro technologies.
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The beat signal is sent to a photodetector (PD) and electric signal coming out from it has a frequency which is proportional to the angular rate. The main advantage of BFOG with respect to other FOGs is the simpler readout system. On the other side, the BFOG suffers from the problem of lock-in caused by backscattering of light inside the resonator. Some optical dithering techniques to reduce the lock-in effect in the BFOG have been proposed in [33, 34]. A fiber ring laser can be realized also by exploiting the stimulated Raman scattering (SRS) .
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Advances in Gyroscope Technologies by Mario N. Armenise, Caterina Ciminelli, Francesco Dell'Olio, Vittorio M. N. Passaro