Recent developments in radiation tolerant fibre optics and electronics for nuclear environments

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Since the introduction of electronics in nuclear environments more then 3 decades ago, nowadays technologies present ever decreasing feature sizes, while their architectural complexity rapidly evolves in order to meet the increasing number of challenging applications in current and future nuclear facilities. This paper will present a selection of recent applications involving the design and assessment of radiation tolerant fibre optic links and their associated driving electronics for their application up to MGy dose levels in several environments ranging from current nuclear power and reprocessing plants, high energy physics detectors of CERN, to future fusion and Gen IV power plants.


Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSéminaire - Workshop 23/24 Septembre 2008
Place of PublicationFrance
Publication statusPublished - 23 Sep 2008
EventExperience feedback on robotic interventions in hostile environments - Groupe INTRA, Fontevraud, France
Duration: 23 Sep 200824 Sep 2008


ConferenceExperience feedback on robotic interventions in hostile environments


  • electronics, fibre optics, gamma radiation

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