Quasi-digital conversion for resistive devices: application in GMR-based IC current sensors
Document typeConference report
PublisherInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
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Resistive devices, including sensors, are used in a huge range of applications within different scenarios. When a complete system is considered, a quasi-digital output is often recommendable. If the conversion is operated at device level, some problems such as noise disturbs, insertion losses and so on, can be reduced. In this work, we describe a resistance-tofrequency (R-f) converter with a suggested application in low current monitoring by means of GiantMagnetoResistance (GMR) sensors. Specific devices have been designed and microfabricated. The system has been tested by means of discrete components with a PCB. The complete microsystem monolithic integration in a standard CMOS technology has been also analyzed.
CitationReig, C. [et al.]. Quasi-digital conversion for resistive devices: application in GMR-based IC current sensors. A: Spanish Conference on Electron Devices. "Proceedings of the 2013 Spanish Conference on Electron Devices: CDE 2013: February 12-14, 2013: Valladolid, Spain". Valladolid: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2013, p. 135-138.
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