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As ambient light sensors play an increasingly important role in our lives, proximity sensing becomes a simple and inexpensive companion that enables a wide range of the applications to make our daily life easier. Proximity sensing based upon infrared signal detection requires two parts: infrared LED and infrared sensor. The
infrared LED emits infrared signal to the sensing object, a portion of that signal bounces
back from the surface of sensing object, these reflected infrared signal was then
captured by the infrared sensor.
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