A Flexible Proximity Sensor Fully Fabricated by Inkjet Printing
AbstractA flexible proximity sensor fully fabricated by inkjet printing is proposed in this paper. The flexible proximity sensor is composed of a ZnO layer sandwiched in between a flexible aluminum sheet and a web-shaped top electrode layer. The flexible aluminum sheet serves as the bottom electrode. The material of the top electrode layer is nano silver. Both the ZnO and top electrode layers are deposited by inkjet printing. The fully inkjet printing process possesses the advantages of direct patterning and low-cost. It does not require photolithography and etching processes since the pattern is directly printed on the flexible aluminum sheet. The prototype demonstrates that the presented flexible sensor is sensitive to the human body. It may be applied to proximity sensing or thermal eradiation sensing. View Full-Text
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Wang, C.-T.; Huang, K.-Y.; Lin, D.T.W.; Liao, W.-C.; Lin, H.-W.; Hu, Y.-C. A Flexible Proximity Sensor Fully Fabricated by Inkjet Printing. Sensors 2010, 10, 5054-5062.
Wang C-T, Huang K-Y, Lin DTW, Liao W-C, Lin H-W, Hu Y-C. A Flexible Proximity Sensor Fully Fabricated by Inkjet Printing. Sensors. 2010; 10(5):5054-5062.Chicago/Turabian Style
Wang, Chin-Tsan; Huang, Kuo-Yi; Lin, David T. W.; Liao, Wei-Chia; Lin, Hua-Wei; Hu, Yuh-Chung. 2010. "A Flexible Proximity Sensor Fully Fabricated by Inkjet Printing." Sensors 10, no. 5: 5054-5062.