A Novel Crosstalk Suppression Method of the 2-D Networked Resistive Sensor Array
AbstractThe 2-D resistive sensor array in the row–column fashion suffered from the crosstalk problem for parasitic parallel paths. Firstly, we proposed an Improved Isolated Drive Feedback Circuit with Compensation (IIDFCC) based on the voltage feedback method to suppress the crosstalk. In this method, a compensated resistor was specially used to reduce the crosstalk caused by the column multiplexer resistors and the adjacent row elements. Then, a mathematical equivalent resistance expression of the element being tested (EBT) of this circuit was analytically derived and verified by the circuit simulations. The simulation results show that the measurement method can greatly reduce the influence on the EBT caused by parasitic parallel paths for the multiplexers’ channel resistor and the adjacent elements.
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Wu, J.; Wang, L.; Li, J.; Song, A. A Novel Crosstalk Suppression Method of the 2-D Networked Resistive Sensor Array. Sensors 2014, 14, 12816-12827.
Wu J, Wang L, Li J, Song A. A Novel Crosstalk Suppression Method of the 2-D Networked Resistive Sensor Array. Sensors. 2014; 14(7):12816-12827.Chicago/Turabian Style
Wu, Jianfeng; Wang, Lei; Li, Jianqing; Song, Aiguo. 2014. "A Novel Crosstalk Suppression Method of the 2-D Networked Resistive Sensor Array." Sensors 14, no. 7: 12816-12827.