Eugene Paperno

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A new scleral search coil (SSC) tracking approach employing a planar transmitter has been developed theoretically and tested experimentally. A thin and flat transmitter is much more convenient in installation, operation, and maintenance than the conventional large cubic one. A planar transmitter also increases the mobility of SSC systems, simplifies their(More)
Giant Magnetoresistance (GMR) based technology is nowadays the preferred option for low magnetic fields sensing in disciplines such as biotechnology or microelectronics. Their compatibility with standard CMOS processes is currently investigated as a key point for the development of novel applications, requiring compact electronic readout. In this paper,(More)
A standard scleral search coil (SSC) system is supplied with a single three-axial transmitter (or with a triad of transmitters) and the direct magnetic coupling between the transmitting coils and the SSC is used for computing the eye location. The SSC's orientation components measured by the SSC system are involved in the location-tracking algorithm as(More)
In this study, the authors report on two different electronic interfaces for low-power integrated circuits electric current monitoring through current-to-frequency (I–f) conversion schemes. This proposal displays the intrinsic advantages of the quasi-digital systems regarding direct interfacing and self-calibrating capabilities. In addition, as(More)
—A method for the compensation of crosstalk in three-axial induction magnetometers is developed theoretically and verified experimentally. The compensation is based on deriving crosstalk-free magnetometer outputs from a system of equations describing the magnetometer total outputs as a function of the applied field, the parameters of the magnetometer coils,(More)
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