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A reusable smart interface for gas sensor resistance measurement
Merino Panadés, José Luis; Bota Ferragut, Sebastián Antonio; Casanova Mohr, Raimon; Diéguez Barrientos, Àngel; Cané i Ballart, Carles; Samitier i Martí, Josep
Universitat de Barcelona
The advances of the semiconductor industry enable microelectromechanical systems sensors, signal conditioning logic and network access to be integrated into a smart sensor node. In this framework, a mixed-mode interface circuit for monolithically integrated gas sensor arrays was developed with high-level design techniques. This interface system includes analog electronics for inspection of up to four sensor arrays and digital logic for smart control and data communication. Although different design methodologies were used in the conception of the complete circuit, high-level synthesis tools and methodologies were crucial in speeding up the whole design cycle, enhancing reusability for future applications and producing a flexible and robust component.
2010-05-04
Detectors de gasos
Microelectrònica
Gas detectors
Microelectronics
(c) IEEE, 2004
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IEEE
         

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