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  • The Differences Between Capacitive & Piezoresistive Pressure Sensors
    piezoresistive is composed by the Greek word "piezo" (meaning squeeze or press) and resist. In piezoresistive sensors, four resistors are placed on a silicon diaphragm in order to measure the result of strain or physical pressure applied upon them. Any perceptible change in resistance is being converted
  • Position Sensivity in Pressure Sensors
    Similar to any suspended structure, the thin diaphragm in piezoresistive MEMS pressure sensors is affected by gravitational and other forces.
  • Interfacing Pressure Sensors to Microchip's Analog Peripherals
    Pressure measurement devices can be classified into two groups: those where pressure is the only source of power and those that require electrical excitation. The mechanical style devices that are only excited by pressure, such as bellows, diaphragms, bourdons, tubes or manometers, are usually

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