There are many discussion around circuit, noise cancellation techniques, input, interface system, pressure, the input impedance, pressure sensors, ampliﬁer, sensor output, wheatstone bridge, gain settings, and input gain are explained inside the thesis. Inside this thesis you can find things regarding noise, piezoresistive sensor, input resistance, bandwidth, accuracy, piezoresistive pressure sensor, piezoresistive, sensors, gain accuracy, bias circuit, and interface.
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A TECHNIQUE to improve power scaling efﬁciency of automotive MEMS pressure sensor interfaces is presented. The overall power consumption of the interface is inversely proportional to the square of the amplitude and directly proportional to the input bandwidth. Power scaling with respect to amplitude is achieved by using a novel technique of cascading gain stages through an input gain-select mux, which scales better than previous approaches. Power scaling with respect to input bandwidth of the sensor is achieved through periodic power-down of the interface. A prototype of the interface was fabricated in a 1.8V , 0.18µ m CMOS process. Its power consumption scales between 4µW − 5.33mW , while maintaining a Spurious Free Dynamic Range (SFDR) range of ap- proximately 72 − 92dB,
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