Performance evaluation of algorithms for SAW-based temperature measurement

@article{Schuster2006PerformanceEO,
  title={Performance evaluation of algorithms for SAW-based temperature measurement},
  author={S. Schuster and Stefan Scheiblhofer and L. Reindl and Andreas Stelzer},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control},
  year={2006},
  volume={53},
  pages={1177-1185}
}
Whenever harsh environmental conditions such as high temperatures, accelerations, radiation, etc., prohibit usage of standard temperature sensors, surface acoustic wave-based temperature sensors are the first choice for highly reliable wireless temperature measurement. Interrogation of these sensors is often based on frequency modulated or frequency stepped continuous wave-based radars (FMCW/FSCW). We investigate known algorithms regarding their achievable temperature accuracy and their… CONTINUE READING
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