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Capacitively-Coupled Bridge Readout Circuits. / Jiang, Hui.

2019. 131 p.

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title = "Capacitively-Coupled Bridge Readout Circuits",
abstract = "This Ph.D. dissertation describes the design and realization of energy efficient readout integrated circuits (ROICs), that have an input referred noise density < 5 nV/√Hz and a linearity of < 30 ppm, as required by Wheatstone bridge sensors used in precision mechatronic systems. Novel techniques were developed, at both the system-level and circuit-level, to improve the ROIC’s energy-efficiency, while preserving its stability and precision. Two prototypes are presented, each with bestin- class energy efficiency, to demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed techniques.",
author = "Hui Jiang",
year = "2019",
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