Sensor Review: Volume 18 Issue 4


The international journal of sensing for industry

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Second harmonic fluxgate sensors and magnetometers

Jack M. Janicke

Describes the design and operating principles of fluxgate sensors and magnetometers. Polarity determination and compensation for temperature and high frequency (> 100Hz…

Magnetic field sensing utilizing GMR materials

Carl H. Smith, Robert W. Schneider

The Giant MagnetoResistance (GMR) effect, discovered in France in 1988, has already been applied in magnetic sensors and has promise in other applications. The rapid…

Oxford Sensor Technology ‐ a story of perseverance

Don Braggins

Outlines the development over a period of 27 years of a novel sensor that uses the off‐axis rotation of a lens to provide a circular scan of distance data. Applications…

“Spiral” sensors provide low cost position sensing

Don Braggins

Describes the development and fabrication of an inductive position sensing system based on low cost printed circuit technology. Applications include rotary, linear and 3D…

Industrial applications of nuclear magnetic resonance

Bruce E. Hammer

During the past 50 years the phenomenon of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) has evolved from a scientific curiosity to a powerful analytical tool for physical scientists…

Modern integrated silicon Hall sensors

C. Schott, F. Burger, H. Blanchard, L. Chiesi

The new developments in silicon Hall sensors are highlighted. First, basic components made by microelectronic technology are explained. They lead to the development of…

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