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Henry C Abbink, Arnold E Goldman, Agop Cherbettchian, Raymond Scott Enochs: Laser diode and substrate. Litton Systems, James F Kirk, November 14, 2000: US06146025 (30 worldwide citation)

An improved laser diode is taught. A laser diode chip with an optical port for outputing an optical signal is mounted on a substrate. The substrate has a perimeter that extends beyond the area of the laser diode chip. The lens face of an optical fiber is aligned to receive the optical signal from th ...


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James K Andersen, Eric Lee Goldner, Leo Lam, William Morey, Ira Jeffrey Bush, Gerald Baker, Agop Cherbettchian: Fiber optic particle motion sensor system. US Sensor Systems, Stradley Ronon Stevens Young, August 16, 2011: US07999946 (24 worldwide citation)

A sensor apparatus combines an optical sensor in which acceleration, acoustic velocity, or displacement (vibration) causes a corresponding shift in the center wavelength of the sensor output, coupled to a high speed interferometric interrogator, through an unbalanced fiber interferometer. The unbala ...


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James K Andersen, Eric Lee Goldner, Leo Lam, William Morey, Ira Jeffrey Bush, Gerald Baker, Agop Cherbettchian: Fiber optic particle motion sensor and measuring method using the sensor. US Seismic Systems, Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young, August 14, 2012: US08240207 (2 worldwide citation)

An optical sensor in which acceleration, acoustic velocity, or displacement (vibration) causes a corresponding shift in the center wavelength of the sensor output. The sensor can be coupled to a high-speed interferometric interrogator through an unbalanced fiber interferometer. The unbalanced interf ...


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Agop Cherbettchian: System and method for deploying optical fiber in a well. Sabeus, Fulwider Patton, August 27, 2009: US20090211768-A1

A system and method for deploying an optical fiber within the bore or a well using a linear traction to push the optical fiber, typically encased in a protective sheath, down an instrumentation tube to place an optical fiber sensor at a desired location with the bore of the well.


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James K Andersen, Eric Lee Goldner, Leo Lam, William Morey, Ira Jeffrey Bush, Gerald Baker, Agop Cherbettchian: Fiber optic particle motion sensor system. Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young, December 16, 2010: US20100313658-A1

A sensor apparatus combines an optical sensor in which acceleration, acoustic velocity, or displacement (vibration) causes a corresponding shift in the center wavelength of the sensor output, coupled to a high speed interferometric interrogator, through an unbalanced fiber interferometer. The unbala ...


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James K Andersen, Eric Lee Goldner, Leo Lam, William Morey, Ira Jeffrey Bush, Gerald Baker, Agop Cherbettchian: Method of measuring acceleration using a fiber optic particle motion sensor. US Seismic Systems, August 30, 2012: US20120216615-A1

A method of measuring acceleration using an optical sensor. In the optical sensor, acceleration, acoustic velocity, or displacement (vibration) causes a corresponding shift in the center wavelength of the sensor output. The sensor can be coupled to a high-speed interferometric interrogator through a ...


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James K Andersen, Eric Lee Goldner, Leo Lam, William Morey, Ira Jeffrey Bush, Gerald Baker, Agop Cherbettchian: Fiber optic particle motion sensor and measuring method using the sensor. US Seismic Systems, November 17, 2011: US20110277548-A1

An optical sensor in which acceleration, acoustic velocity, or displacement (vibration) causes a corresponding shift in the center wavelength of the sensor output. The sensor can be coupled to a high-speed interferometric interrogator through an unbalanced fiber interferometer. The unbalanced interf ...