Configurable Signal Conditioning Circuits Characterization for Multi-Sensors Microsystems

The paper gives the reader things like actuator control, sensor mode, power, output, capacitive readout, interfaces, microsystems, microsystem controller, supply noise, mixed signal circuit, output voltage, sensor signal, sensor readout circuit, full bridge, current, resistive bridge, and spectrum analysis. In the paper we can read explanation about resistive sensors, physical design, capacitance, analog signal, performance, test signal, universal transducer interface, control, noise, interface, actuator, sensor interface, unity gain, circuitry, output noise, programmable gain, and design.

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This paper describes the sensor signal conditioning circuitry within a transducer interface chip containing a digital communication interface, configuration memory, and programmable analog and digital outputs for actuator control. The highly configurable sensor readout circuits provide front-end signal conditioning for a wide range of capacitive, resistive, voltage, and current output devices. The mixed-mode interface supports up to eight sensors simultaneously and is ideally suited for multi-sensor microsystems.

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