Publication detail

New Microchip Providing Current Bipolar Pulse Technique for Precise Conductivity Measurements

HUBÁLEK, J., FUJCIK, L., PROKOP, R., STEHLÍK, J., BEČVÁŘ, D.

Original Title

New Microchip Providing Current Bipolar Pulse Technique for Precise Conductivity Measurements

Czech Title

Nový mikročip vykonávající techniku bipolárního impulsu pro přesné měření vodivosti

English Title

New Microchip Providing Current Bipolar Pulse Technique for Precise Conductivity Measurements

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

In this paper, we describe a design of modified method of bipolar pulse technique. This CMOS circuits work as an electronic detector for chemical sensors focused on conductivity measurements. The design uses our patented modified method to eliminate offsets of the measurements. Our circuits solve problems with symmetry of the bipolar pulse and with errors of the sampled output signal.

Czech abstract

Popisujem návrh modifikované metody bipolárního pulsu. CMOS obvody pracují jako detektor pro chemické senzory v měření vodivosti. Návrh využívající patentované techniky eliminuje ofset a řeší problémy se symetrií bipolárních impulsů.

English abstract

In this paper, we describe a design of modified method of bipolar pulse technique. This CMOS circuits work as an electronic detector for chemical sensors focused on conductivity measurements. The design uses our patented modified method to eliminate offsets of the measurements. Our circuits solve problems with symmetry of the bipolar pulse and with errors of the sampled output signal.

Keywords

Chemical sensor, Bipolar pulse, Conductivity measurements

Released

16.10.2006

Publisher

Chania, Crete Institute of Technology, Greece

ISBN

960-8025-99-8

Book

Socrates International Conference. Electronic System Design 2006.

Pages from

56

Pages to

62

Pages count

7

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT24425,
  author="Jaromír {Hubálek} and Lukáš {Fujcik} and Roman {Prokop} and Jiří {Stehlík} and Daniel {Bečvář}",
  title="New Microchip Providing Current Bipolar Pulse Technique for Precise Conductivity Measurements",
  annote="In this paper, we describe a design of modified method of bipolar pulse technique. This CMOS circuits work as an electronic detector for chemical sensors focused on conductivity measurements. The design uses our patented modified method to eliminate offsets of the measurements. Our circuits solve problems with symmetry of the bipolar pulse and with errors of the sampled output signal.",
  address="Chania, Crete Institute of Technology, Greece",
  booktitle="Socrates International Conference. Electronic System Design 2006.",
  chapter="24425",
  institution="Chania, Crete Institute of Technology, Greece",
  year="2006",
  month="october",
  pages="56",
  publisher="Chania, Crete Institute of Technology, Greece",
  type="conference paper"
}