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Ratiometricity, digital signal correction enable high-res, low-noise smart sensors

11/29/2011 04:25 PM EST
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agk   12/2/2011 12:50:56 PM
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Ratiometricity uses precision resistors. If they aare of equal values then matching is easier against various tolerences of these resistors. that is the reason the author suggests accuracy upto 16 bits. Also the precision resistors are expensive.

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Robotics Developer   12/1/2011 5:25:42 PM
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A well written and detailed article, please keep them coming. A nice treatment of the issues and options for sensors and improvements in accuracy and usefulness. Thanks!

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