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Interface Circuits for Microsensor Integrated Systems

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Interface Circuits for Microsensor Integrated Systems
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Publisher: MDPI AG
ISBN-13: 9783038973775
Number of pages: 172

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Recent advances in sensing technologies, especially those for Microsensor Integrated Systems, have led to several new commercial applications. Among these, low voltage and low power circuit architectures are a focus of growing interest, being suitable for portable long battery life devices.

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