Working principle description of the wireless passive EM transduction pressure sensor

@inproceedings{Jatlaoui2011WorkingPD,
  title={Working principle description of the wireless passive EM transduction pressure sensor},
  author={M. M. Jatlaoui and Franck Chebila and Patrick Pons and Hervex0301 Aubert},
  year={2011}
}
The development of a new passive wireless pressure sensor, based on an electromagnetic transduction approach, is reported. The sensing element is a flexible high resistivity silicon membrane located above a coplanar quarter-wavelength resonator. The comprehensive coverage of the physical bases is beyond the scope of this paper. For the remote extraction of the applied pressure value, the passive pressure sensor is connected to a broadband horn antenna via a coaxial delay line. When interrogated… CONTINUE READING
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