Method of making temperature-immune self-referencing Fabry–Pérot cavity sensors
A method of making passive microscopic Fabry-Pérot Interferometer (FPI) sensor includes forming a three-dimensional microscopic optical structure on a cleaved tip of an optical fiber that reflects a light signal back through the optical fiber. The reflected light is altered by refractive index changes in the three-dimensional structure that is subject to at least one of: (i) thermal radiation; and (ii) volatile organic compounds.
Chandrahalim, Hengky and Smith, Jonathan W., "Method of making temperature-immune self-referencing Fabry–Pérot cavity sensors" (2021). Faculty Publications. 885.