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MEMS Motion Sensors Based on the Variations of the Fringe ...

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1/4/2011· DOI: / Corpus ID: 40013963. MEMS Motion Sensors Based on the Variations of the Fringe Capacitances article{Langfelder2011MEMSMS, title={MEMS Motion Sensors Based on the Variations of the Fringe Capacitances}, author={Giacomo Langfelder and Antonio Longoni and Alessandro Tocchio and Ernesto Lasalandra}, journal={IEEE Sensors Journal}, …

Proximity sensor flaunts ST''s FlightSense tech

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20/10/2014· Designers can easily discover all the possibilities of ST''s latest proximitysensor module with the VL6180X Explorer evaluation kit. The kit not only allows the customer to quickly get started with FlightSense technology, but also supports the …

DualFiberoptic Microcantilever Proximity Sensor ...

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8/8/2001· article{osti_788515, title = {DualFiberoptic Microcantilever Proximity Sensor}, author = {Goedeke, S M}, abstractNote = {Microcantilevers are key components of many MicroElectroMechanical Systems (MEMS) and MicroOpticalElectroMechanical Systems (MOEMS) because slight changes to them physically or chemically lead to changes in mechanical …

Sensors | Special Issue : Advances in Optical Proximity ...

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This Special Issue is devoted to the description of development, testing, and modeling of optical proximity sensors, fiber or in air, based on the interferometry technique. The passage detection of an object represents a widely diffused measurement in industrial applications, and it is typically implemented by light barriers or proximity sensors.

Proximity sensor | Search Results | Duke University Libraries

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Microsystem Technologies : Sensors, Actuators, Systems Integration, Volume 24, Issue 12, pp. 4875 4880 Journal Article : Full Text Online View Article PDF

Highly Sensitive MEMS Based Capacitive Pressure Sensor ...

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11/8/2017· Capacitive pressure sensors are making themselves the leader among its market competitors since they consume less power with less temperature sensitivity. This paper includes the design and development possibilities to increase the sensor sensitivity by optimizing the device dimension and including different types of materials. The figure of merits (FOMs) such …

Research papers, journal articles and scientific articles ...

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Sensors, Vol. 18, Pages 2103: An Antenna Proximity Sensor for Mobile Terminals Using Reflection Coefficient Sensors doi: /s18072103 Authors: Wonsub Lim Dongil Yang Youngoo Yang This paper presents a new antenna proximity sensor for mobile terminals based on the measured ...

(PDF) Jurnal Sensor dan Pengaplikasiannya

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fungsi dan penggunaannya s ensor dapat. dikelompokan menjadi 3 bagian yaitu. sensor mekanis, sensor optik (cahaya), sensor thermal (panas). Sensor mekanis adalah sensor. yang mendeteksi perubahan ...

Development of a proximity sensor with vertically ...

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7/4/2020· for proximity sensors so far. For instance, capacitive, inductive, infrared and ultrasonictype proximity sensors havebeenrespectivelyreportedin[2–5].Tofurtherextendthe applications of proximity sensors, size reduction and reduced cost become two critical concerns for the device design and implementation. In this regard, the micro ...

SensorBased Assistive Devices for VisuallyImpaired ...

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10/3/2017· The range of UWB sensors is 50 to 60 m which makes it ideal for being deployed in buildings with larger rooms. A room with a side length of 100 m requires only four UWB sensors while to achieve the same accuracy using RFID or NFC would require deployment of sensors every 80 cm. Figure 40 shows the physical components are needed for the System.

Proximity sensor | Electronics Forums

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28/4/2008· We are working on short range (5cm to 10cm) proximity detection. First of all, I still think MEMS IR sensor is the way to go. But it would take time to build, so perhaps next year. Meanwhile, we are trying capacitive sensor using a 555 timer. Based on input capacitance, the 555 output a periodic signal monitored by a microcontroller.

Dual functional transparent film for proximity and ...

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12/8/2014· Sensor. Actuat. A 2001, 91, 340–345. Article Google Scholar [11] Gueissaz, F.; Piguet, D. The microreed, an ultrasmall passive MEMS magnetic proximity sensor designed for portable applications. In The 14th IEEE International Conference on Micro Electro Mechanical Systems, Interlaken, Switzerland, 2001, pp 269–273.

Humidity Sensors: A Review of Materials and Mechanisms

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Humidity Sensors: A Review of Materials and Mechanisms Chen and Lu Fig. 2. Brief illustration of the Grotthuss mechanism. the materials and protons will be conducted in the formed aquatic layers. For ionic sensing materials, if the humidity increases, the …

Proximity sensors use TimeofFlight tech to boost accuracy

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There is a new, highlyaccurate optical rangefinding module based on FlightSense TimeofFlight technology. STMicroelectronics said the solution provides designers with greater distancemeasurement capability.. FlightSense is said to offer accurate distance sensing by measuring the time for emitted light to reflect back from the target, whereas conventional sensors can only …

CMOSMEMS capacitive tactile sensor with vertically ...

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1/1/2021· Based on the available layers for the TSMC standard μm 1P6M CMOS process shown in Fig. 1, this study presents the tactile sensor design illustrated in Fig. displayed in Fig. 2a, the proposed tactile sensor consists of a CMOS sensing chip, a polymer buffer, and a glass bump. The tactile force to be detected will be applied on the rigid glass bump which …

An Introduction to MEMS (Microelectromechanical Systems)

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described here. The third section reviews the range of MEMS sensors and actuators, the phenomena that can be sensed or acted upon with MEMS devices, and a brief description of the basic sensing and actuation mechanisms. The final section illustrates the challenges facing the MEMS industry for the commercialisation and success of MEMS. 2.

Humidity Sensors: A Review of Materials and Mechanisms

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Humidity Sensors: A Review of Materials and Mechanisms Chen and Lu Fig. 2. Brief illustration of the Grotthuss mechanism. the materials and protons will be conducted in the formed aquatic layers. For ionic sensing materials, if the humidity increases, the conductivity decreases and the dielectric

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