Cable Crosstalk Suppression with Two-Wire Voltage Feedback Method for Resistive Sensor Array
AbstractUsing a long, flexible test cable connected with a one-wire voltage feedback circuit, a resistive tactile sensor in a shared row-column fashion exhibited flexibility in robotic operations but suffered from crosstalk caused by the connected cable due to its wire resistances and its contacted resistances. Firstly, we designed a new non-scanned driving-electrode (VF-NSDE) circuit using two wires for every row line and every column line to reduce the crosstalk caused by the connected cables in the circuit. Then, an equivalent resistance expression of the element being tested (EBT) for the two-wire VF-NSDE circuit was analytically derived. Following this, the one-wire VF-NSDE circuit and the two-wire VF-NSDE circuit were evaluated by simulation experiments. Finally, positive features of the proposed method were verified with the experiments of a two-wire VF-NSDE prototype circuit. The experiment results show that the two-wire VF-NSDE circuit can greatly reduce the crosstalk error caused by the cables in the 2-D networked resistive sensor array. View Full-Text
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Wu, J.; He, S.; Li, J.; Song, A. Cable Crosstalk Suppression with Two-Wire Voltage Feedback Method for Resistive Sensor Array. Sensors 2016, 16, 253.
Wu J, He S, Li J, Song A. Cable Crosstalk Suppression with Two-Wire Voltage Feedback Method for Resistive Sensor Array. Sensors. 2016; 16(2):253.Chicago/Turabian Style
Wu, Jianfeng; He, Shangshang; Li, Jianqing; Song, Aiguo. 2016. "Cable Crosstalk Suppression with Two-Wire Voltage Feedback Method for Resistive Sensor Array." Sensors 16, no. 2: 253.
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