• Engineering
  • Published 2001

A smart sensor signal conditioner

@inproceedings{Schiefer2001ASS,
  title={A smart sensor signal conditioner},
  author={Mark I. Schiefer and Michael J. Lally and Paul Charles Troy Edie},
  year={2001}
}
The advantages and benefits of observing the dynamics of structures for purposes of either structural integrity monitoring or product quality control are both well known and established in the marketplace. However the cost of deployment and infrastructure requirements of traditional structural dynamics measurement systems in a production environment have been cost prohibitive. This paper will explore the architectural characteristics and features of a Smart Sensor Signal Conditioner family… CONTINUE READING

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