High-Accuracy, Compact Scanning Method and Circuit for Resistive Sensor Arrays
AbstractThe zero-potential scanning circuit is widely used as read-out circuit for resistive sensor arrays because it removes a well known problem: crosstalk current. The zero-potential scanning circuit can be divided into two groups based on type of row drivers. One type is a row driver using digital buffers. It can be easily implemented because of its simple structure, but we found that it can cause a large read-out error which originates from on-resistance of the digital buffers used in the row driver. The other type is a row driver composed of operational amplifiers. It, very accurately, reads the sensor resistance, but it uses a large number of operational amplifiers to drive rows of the sensor array; therefore, it severely increases the power consumption, cost, and system complexity. To resolve the inaccuracy or high complexity problems founded in those previous circuits, we propose a new row driver which uses only one operational amplifier to drive all rows of a sensor array with high accuracy. The measurement results with the proposed circuit to drive a 4 × 4 resistor array show that the maximum error is only 0.1% which is remarkably reduced from 30.7% of the previous counterpart. View Full-Text
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Kim, J.-S.; Kwon, D.-Y.; Choi, B.-D. High-Accuracy, Compact Scanning Method and Circuit for Resistive Sensor Arrays. Sensors 2016, 16, 155.
Kim J-S, Kwon D-Y, Choi B-D. High-Accuracy, Compact Scanning Method and Circuit for Resistive Sensor Arrays. Sensors. 2016; 16(2):155.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kim, Jong-Seok; Kwon, Dae-Yong; Choi, Byong-Deok. 2016. "High-Accuracy, Compact Scanning Method and Circuit for Resistive Sensor Arrays." Sensors 16, no. 2: 155.
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