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—An interface for MEMS gyroscope is implemented in 0.18µm HVCMOS technology, and achieves a low noise floor of 1m°/sec/Hz over 200Hz BW. Electromechanical force-feedback and self-clocking scheme based on gyro resonance are implemented. The interface includes on-chip reference generation, decimation, and temperature compensation.
The IEEE 802.15.4 is widely used next-generation standard protocol in many applications utilizing wireless sensor networks (WSNs) especially in vehicular sensor networks (VSNs). However, currently differentiation and scheduling mechanisms are not provided in IEEE 802.15.4 specification to improve the quality of service (QoS) for delay-sensitive and critical(More)
An interface for MEMS gyroscope is implemented in 0.18µm HVCMOS technology, and achieves a low noise floor of 1m°/sec/√Hz over 200Hz BW. Electromechanical ΣΔ force-feedback and self-clocking scheme based on gyro resonance are implemented. The interface includes on-chip reference generation, decimation, and temperature(More)
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