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Thursday, June 29 • 11:00am - 11:50am
MD2: Lessons from the Design, Development and Test of a Signal Conditioned Ultra Low Pressure Sensor

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Sensors and ASIC’s can each be optimized individually for performance, but to achieve the best overall system performance all factors, including the wafer fab processing, MEMS and package design, and test algorithm must be considered. This session will discuss the design and manufacturing of an ultra-low, ultra-stable pressure sensor and its tradeoffs, the ASIC and its polynomial digital correction algorithm and overall tailored test methodology.  Measured data for both pressure and flow applications will be shared, showcasing the ease of tailored calibration for very demanding applications in industrial (HVAC) and medical (CPAP, ventilators).


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avatar for Gertjan Van Sprakelaar

Gertjan Van Sprakelaar

Design Engineering Manager, Silicon Microstructures Inc.
Gertjan "Sparky" Van Sprakelaar holds a MSEE from the Delft University of Technology. He started his MEMS design career in 1992 at Foxboro/ICT followed by NovaSensor. From 2000 till 2016 he was Analog/Mixed signal design engineer at National Semiconductor and Texas Instruments, d... Read More →


Thursday June 29, 2017 11:00am - 11:50am
Meeting Room 211D

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