Bioinspired Optoelectronic Nose with Nanostructured Wavelength-Scalable Hollow-Core Infrared Fibers
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A digital photonic nose concept based on infrared absorption inside a hollow core infrared-transmitting fi ber array is presented. Wavelength- scalable photonic bandgap fi bers fi lter specifi c energy photons from a blackbody source, where volatile compounds selectively absorb photons depending on their chemical absorption spectrum. The pattern resulting in the detector array is processed as a binary signature.
Yildirim, A., Vural, M., Yaman, M., & Bayindir, M. (2011). Bioinspired Optoelectronic Nose with Nanostructured Wavelength‐Scalable Hollow‐Core Infrared Fibers. Advanced Materials, 23(10), 1263-1267.