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This application report describes the signal conditioning required to interface an analog pressure sensor to a digital processing unit for further processing. Design considerations and specific steps are shown for conditioning the output signal of a pressure sensor to serve as an input to an A/D converter. The resulting application is a low-power and low-cost system suitable for altitude measurements. Methods of correcting inherent system errors and calibration of the circuit are also covered.
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