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the existing mixed-mode transducer communication schemes, the Transducer Electr onic Data Sheet (TEDS) requirements, compatibility with legacy systems, and utilization of results of other P1451 developments to leverage existing and emerging sensor-networking technologies. Today, the transducer industry produces and utilizes mainly analog transducers. Interfacing these transducers to measurement and control systems is a major and costly undertaking. While digital communication is the trend of the future, the issue of interfacing analog transducers with additional smart features to legacy systems should be addressed. The test and measurement community requires transducers with built-in identification which also fulfill more common requirements: 2 wire system, small size, low cost, low power consumption, etc.
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