WHITE PAPER NEW 35MM CMOS IMAGE SENSOR FOR DIGITAL CINE MOTION IMAGING Written by Larry Thorpe Professional Engineering & Solutions Division, Canon U.S.A., Inc.
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www.ti.com 1 Principle of Operation Sensor Pad Ground 2 Basic Capacitance Measurement Principle of Operation A single-touch sensitive capacitor sensor can be constructed by"opening up"acapacitor structure so that the electric field can be interfered with by a conductive foreign object, in this ...
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics 1 Sensor W ebs for Science: New Directions for the Future Rob Sherwood * and Steve Chien † Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology , 4800 Oak Grove Dr. , Pasadena, CA , 91109 , USA
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COOKED PERFECTLY, EVERY TIME, FOR MAXIMUM TASTE AND MINIMUM EFFORT Thermador's new electric cooktops now feature exclusive infrared sensor technology called Sensor Dome ™ on its new Masterpiece ® Deluxe Series.
SLAA151 2 Interfacing the MSP430 and TMP100 Temperature Sensor Introduction Many systems acrossavastarray of applications require some implementation of temperature sensing and measurement.
Fig.1 Schematic of a nanotube-based chemical sensor. The conducting properties of the nanotube change when chemicals in the surrounding environment bond to the tube.
Located in Irvine, California, International Sensor Technology (IST) manufactures both the sensors and the instrumentation used to detect over 150 different toxic and combustible gases for area air quality and safety applications.
Sensor Web Technologies: A New Paradigm for Operations Rob Sherwood (1) and Steve Chien (1) (1) Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, 4800 Oak Grove Dr., Pasadena, CA, 91109, USA, Rob.Sherwood@jpl.nasa.gov ABSTRACT Sensor webs for science have evolved considerably over ...