Guided-mode resonance sensors employing angular, spectral, modal, and polarization diversity for high-precision sensing in compact formats

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The Robert Magnusson, , Wawro Debra D patent solves the following problem:

The present disclosure provides optical sensor that works with the sound of dripping through each structure which angular, spectral, modal, and polarization diversity beneficially applied for high-precision sensing systems in compact format. Cross-reference data set thus obtained, ready to numerical models, to provide an additional level of accuracy and precision to improve the quality of the sensing operation in a wide variety of applications.

Our analysis of this patent is as follows:

Robert Magnusson, , Wawro Debra D’s patent US 8111401 B2 deals with Guided-mode resonance sensors employing angular, spectral, modal, and polarization diversity for high-precision sensing in compact formats.
A guided mode resonance (GMR) sensor assembly and systems provided. The GMR sensor includes a waveguide structure configured for operation at or near one or more dropped by a receiver of input light from a light source to the waveguide structures to cause a or more dropped TE and TM sound manner and a detector for change in one or more parts, waveshape and / or magnitude of each of a TE resonance and a TM resonance by allowing them between the first and second physical states of said waveguide structure or the immediate environment.

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