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  • Linearity Measurements for MEMS Pressure Sensors
    Pressure non-linearity is one of the parameters that impacts sensor accuracy. (For other factors, refer to All Sensors Pressure Point 2: Understanding Accuracy and Precision for MEMS Pressure Sensors.) As such, users need to understand some of the nuances involved with measuring and specifying
  • Pressure Point 1: MEMS Pressure Sensors - Pressure Measurement Types
    Microelectromechanical system (MEMS) pressure sensors have changed the way that system designers and application engineers measure pressure. The simplicity of use, small size, low cost and ruggedness allow these sensors to address applications in automobiles and industrial process control as well
  • Using MEMS Microphone in Sound Level Meters
    A measurement-class microphone such as a 0.5 in ICP microphone is typically a sizable part of the cost of a sound-level meter (SLM). That high instrument cost in turn constrains applications such as construction site monitoring or environmental studies, where many instruments are desired. Micro
  • Development of a Damped Piezoresistive MEMS High Shock Sensor
    Piezoresistive (PR) silicon accelerometers with micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) technology are preferred in many high shock impact measurements. These devices exploit the strength of single crystal silicon (SCS) along with the minimal zero shifting associated with PR sensors. However
  • Bridge Monitoring Based on a Network of High Performance Triaxial MEMS Accelerometers
    An efficient MEMS transducer network has been developed specifically to check the structural health of bridges starting from the acceleration measurement to monitor the frequency and speed variations.
  • Making MEMS Pressure Sensors Easier to Use (Part 1)
    Pressure is one of the most common measurements. Based on their small size, low cost and high reliability, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) pressure sensors that use the high-volume manufacturing techniques of the semiconductor industry are found in over 90% of today's applications.
  • MEMS Capacitive vs Piezoresistive Pressure Sensors - What are Their Differences?
    industry, automation, hydraulics, as well as aeronautics. The majority of the pressure sensors currently installed in the field are based on MEMS technology and utilize either piezoresistive or capacitive measurement principle. In this article, we will be discussing their main differences and we
  • Why is MEMS the Preferred Technology for High Shock Measurement?
    In 1947 the first piezoelectric accelerometer was designed in the United. States1. Within 2-decades, piezoelectric accelerometers with their. higher resonant frequencies, signal levels, and amplitude ranges had. totally displaced previously used metal strain gage technology in. accelerometers. Free

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