Verilog-A Modeling and Analyzing of Piezoresistors Connected into Wheatstone bridge and used in MEMS Device Processing

@inproceedings{Delibozov2014VerilogAMA,
  title={Verilog-A Modeling and Analyzing of Piezoresistors Connected into Wheatstone bridge and used in MEMS Device Processing},
  author={N. G. Delibozov and Rossen Radonov and Miroslav H. Hristov},
  year={2014}
}
Microelectromechanical system design presents a unique engineering challenge. In addition to the both mechanical and electrical design knowledges, a MEMS engineer must have computer aided design (CAD) tools to design devices. Hand analysis of the investigated mechanical structure is the first step in the design process. In the traditional MEMS design flow, the engineer will proceed with a finite element or boundary element simulation using software such as MEMS Xplorer, Coventor’s ANALYZER… CONTINUE READING

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