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We experimentally demonstrate a microﬁber Bragg grating force sensor with ultra-high sensitivity. The ﬁber Bragg grating (FBG) is inscribed in a microﬁber tapered from standard non-photosensitive single-mode ﬁber by focused ion beam machining method, and has a compact size ($112 lm in length). Small diameter increases the force sensitivity of such grating when acting as a force-sensing element under tensile loads. We have demonstrated force sensitivity as high as $3146 nm/N around the resonant wavelength of 1538 nm, which is C three orders of magnitude larger than FBGs in untapered ﬁbers.
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