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Hesham Omran's work on capacitive sensing accepted at Sensors and Actuators A

posted May 24, 2014, 3:49 AM by Khaled salama
PhD student Hesham Omran's paper describing a 13-bit capacitive sensor interface circuit that fully relies on successive approximation algorithm have been accepted at Sensors and Actuators A:physical.  An energy efficiency of 34 pJ/step is achieved, which is an improvement over similar recently published work. The operation of the fabricated CMOS chip is experimentally verified using both on-chip and offchip capacitive sensors. Details can be found at:
Hesham Omran, Muhammad Arsalan and Khaled N. Salama, An Integrated Energy-Efficient Capacitive Sensor Digital Interface Circuit, Sensors and Actuators A: Physical, 2014

Congratulations.
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