Very Low 1/f Noise and Radiation-Hardened CMOS Preamplifier for High-Sensitivity Search Coil Magnetometers

@article{Rhouni2013VeryL1,
  title={Very Low 1/f Noise and Radiation-Hardened CMOS Preamplifier for High-Sensitivity Search Coil Magnetometers},
  author={Amine Rhouni and G{\'e}rard Sou and Pascal D. Leroy and Christophe Coillot},
  journal={IEEE Sensors Journal},
  year={2013},
  volume={13},
  pages={159-166}
}
A 4 nV/√(Hz) at 10 Hz preamplifier with a 12-mW power consumption in complimentary metal-oxide-semiconductor 0.35 μm technology has been developed to go one step further in the integration of the preamplifier of a search coil magnetometer. The present application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) preamplifier, combined with a 10-cm length, 12-mm diameter, and 15 000 turns search coil sensor demonstrates a noise equivalent magnetic induction as low as 2 pT/√(Hz) at 10 Hz and 14 fT/√(Hz) at 4… CONTINUE READING
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