Wireless Sensing System-on-Chip for Near-Field Monitoring of Analog and Switch Quantities

@article{Li2012WirelessSS,
  title={Wireless Sensing System-on-Chip for Near-Field Monitoring of Analog and Switch Quantities},
  author={Xiaofeng Li and Meigen Shen and Jiangtao Huangfu and Jiang Long and Yong Tao and Jingyu Wang and Changzhi Li and Lixin Ran},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics},
  year={2012},
  volume={59},
  pages={1288-1299}
}
In this paper, a pair of integrated circuits for general purpose contactless measurement of diverse analog quantities, such as temperature, pressure, humidity, etc., is designed and fabricated in low-cost CMOS process. With one master and one slave chip, the chipset works on the principle of near-field communication (NFC), in which the master chip transmits magnetic energy to power up the slave chip and reads back digitized data via impedance modulation. Compared with traditional NFC-based… CONTINUE READING

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