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Meijer, Gerard Smart Sensor Systems
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Smart Sensor Systems

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Providing a comprehensive review of recent developments in the field of smart sensor systems, Smart Sensor Systems discusses all of the important aspects of sensor systems, me

Taal / Language : English


About the authors

1.Smart sensor systems Why? Where? How?

Han Huijsing

1.1 Third industrial revolution

1.2 Definitions for several kinds of sensors

1.3 Automated production machines

1.4 Automated consumer products

1.5 Conclusion


2 Interface electronics and measurement techniques for smart sensor systems

Gerard Meijer

2.1 Introduction

2.2 Object oriented design of sensor systems

2.3 Sensing elements and their parasitic effects

2.4 Analog to digital conversion

2.5 High accuracy over a wide dynamic range

2.6 A universal transducer interface

2.7 Summary and future trends



3 Silicon sensors: an introduction

Paddy French

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Measurement and Control systems

3.3 Transducers

3.4 Transducer technologies

3.5 Examples of silicon sensors

3.6 Summary and future trends


4 Optical sensors based on photon detection

Reinoud Wolffenbuttel

4.1 Introduction

4.2 Photon absorption in silicon

4.3 The interface: photon transmission into silicon

4.4 Photon detection in silicon photoconductors

4.5 Photon detection in silicon pn junctions

4.6 Detection limit

4.7 Photon detectors with gain

4.8 Application examples

4.9 Summary and future trends



5 Physical chemosensors

Michiel Vellekoop

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Physical chemosensing

5.3 Energy domains

5.4 Examples and applications

5.5 Examples of in situ applications

5.6 Microfluidic devices

5.7 Conclusions



6 Thermal sensors

Sander van Herwaarden

6.1 The functional principle of thermal sensors

6.2 Heat transfer mechanisms

6.3 Thermal structures

6.4 Temperature difference sensing elements

6.5 Sensors based on thermal measurements

6.6 Summary and future trends



7 Smart temperature sensors

Gerard Meijer

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Application related requirements and problems of temperature sensors

7.3 Resistive temperature sensing elements

7.4 Temperature sensor features of transistors

7.5 Smart temperature sensors and systems

7.6 Case studies of smart sensor applications

7.7 Summary and future trends



8 Capacitive sensors

Xiujun Li and Gerard Meijer

8.1 Introduction

8.2 Basics of capacitive sensors

8.3 Examples of capacitive sensors

8.4 The design of electrode configurations

8.5 Reduction of field bending effects: segmentation

8.6 Selectivity for electrical signals and electrical parameters

8.7 Summary and future trends



9 Integrated Hall Magnetic Sensors

Pavel Kajik and Radivoje Popovic

9.1 Introduction

9.2 Hall effect and Hall elements

9.3 Integrated Hall sensor systems

9.4 Examples of integrated Hall magnetic sensors



10 Universal asynchronous sensor interfaces

Gerard Meijer

10.1 Introduction

10.2 Universal sensor systems

10.3 Asynchronous converters

10.4 Dealing with problems of low cost design of universal interface ICs

10.5 Front end circuits

10.6 Case study

10.7 Summary and future trends



11 Data Acquisition for Frequency Time Domain Sensors

Sergey Yurish

11.1 Introduction

11.2 DAQ boards: State of the Art

11.3 DAQ board design for quasi digital sensors

11.4 Universal Frequency to digital converters (UFDC)

11.5 Applications and examples

11.6 Summary and future trends



12 Microcontrollers and digital Signal Processors for Smart Sensor Systems

Ratcho Ivanov

12.1 Introduction

12.2 MCU and DSP architecture, organization, structure and peripherals

12.3 Choosing a low power MCU or DSP

12.4 Timer modules

12.5 Analog comparators, ADCs, and DACs as modules of microcontrollers

12.6 Embedded networks and LCD interfacing

12.7 Development tools and support

12.8 Conclusions

Reference sites

Appendix A Material Data

Appendix B Conversion for Non SI units


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404 pagina's
Januari 2008
832 gram
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Wiley-Blackwell us

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