Abstract

The sinusoidal root mean square(RMS) normalization method based on tunable diode laser absorption spectroscopy is proposed to measure humidity, and the ratio of the second harmonic peak-peak value and the sinusoidal RMS value is used as the system output, which can effectively eliminate the influence such as windows pollution and optical intensity fluctuation. The comparison experiment was completed between the laser humidity sensor and the traditional humidity sensor in the national meteorological basic station. Experimental results show that the consistency of the humidity data is good, which proves the validity of sinusoidal RMS normalization method for measuring environmental humidity.

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