Eugene Paperno

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The method is based on two-axis generation of a quasi-static rotating magnetic field and three-axis sensing. Two mutually orthogonal coils fed with phase-quadrature currents comprise the excitation source, which is equal to a mechanically rotating magnetic dipole. The resulting excitation field rotates elliptically at any position in the near-field region.(More)
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)
In this work, we optimize the geometry of a cylindrical induction coil in order to improve the imitation of the ideal dipole field. First, we analyze a single-layer coil and find that for an optimum length-to-diameter ratio (L/D) of 0.86:1 the imitation error, computed for a four radii distance from the coil’s center, is reduced by a factor of ∼12 (from 9.4(More)
A novel system and method for magnetic tracking of a single subminiature coil is described. The novelty of the method consists in employing a large, 8 8 array of coplanar transmitting coils. This allows us to always keep the receiving coil not far from the wide, flat transmitting array, to increase the signal-to-noise ratio, and to decrease the(More)
A model for crosstalk in three-axial induction magnetometers has been developed theoretically and verified experimentally. The effect of crosstalk on the magnetometer accuracy has been analyzed. It has been found that the inevitable crosstalk in the transverse coils has two components: one due to the applied magnetic flux and the other due to the secondary(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)
applications to magnetoelectric laminated sensors E. Liverts, A. Grosz, B. Zadov, M. I. Bichurin, Y. J. Pukinskiy, S. Priya, D. Viehland, and E. Paperno Department of Mechanical Engineering, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, P.O. Box 653, Beer-Sheva 84105, Israel Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, P.O.(More)