On the Degradation of MEMS Gyroscope Performance in the Presence of High Power Acoustic Noise

@article{Dean2007OnTD,
  title={On the Degradation of MEMS Gyroscope Performance in the Presence of High Power Acoustic Noise},
  author={R. N. Dean and G. T. Flowers and A. S. Hodel and Grant Roth and Silvina Castro and Rifeng Zhou and Alberto Moreira and Asif Ahmed and Rifki Rifki and B. E. Grantham and Doris Bittle and James P. Brunsch},
  journal={2007 IEEE International Symposium on Industrial Electronics},
  year={2007},
  pages={1435-1440}
}
Due to their reduced size, cost, and power requirements relative to traditional gyroscopes, MEMS gyroscopic sensors are finding increasing use in many applications. It is well known that unshielded MEMS gyroscopes can be vulnerable to both mechanical shock and high frequency vibrations. The results of this investigation indicate that MEMS gyroscopes are also susceptible to high power, high frequency content acoustic noise. Acoustic energy frequency components that are close to the resonating… CONTINUE READING
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