Study of the self-resonance frequency of a flat coil for an eddy-current position sensor

@article{Vogel2016StudyOT,
  title={Study of the self-resonance frequency of a flat coil for an eddy-current position sensor},
  author={J. Vogel and S. Nihtianov},
  journal={2016 IEEE SENSORS},
  year={2016},
  pages={1-3}
}
At present, a novel eddy-current position sensor is being developed with an aim to attain sub-nanometre resolution. The sensor contains a flat Archimedean coil that should have a high enough Self-Resonance Frequency (SRF). This paper studies the SRF of coils with various geometries. The SRFs increase in the vicinity of a conductive target, but are relatively constant at small standoff distances. For accurate results, a 3D finite element model must be used instead of a 2D model. Based on the… Expand
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