Recent Developments of Magnetoresistive Sensors for Industrial Applications
AbstractThe research and development in the field of magnetoresistive sensors has played an important role in the last few decades. Here, the authors give an introduction to the fundamentals of the anisotropic magnetoresistive (AMR) and the giant magnetoresistive (GMR) effect as well as an overview of various types of sensors in industrial applications. In addition, the authors present their recent work in this field, ranging from sensor systems fabricated on traditional substrate materials like silicon (Si), over new fabrication techniques for magnetoresistive sensors on flexible substrates for special applications, e.g., a flexible write head for component integrated data storage, micro-stamping of sensors on arbitrary surfaces or three dimensional sensing under extreme conditions (restricted mounting space in motor air gap, high temperatures during geothermal drilling). View Full-Text
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Jogschies, L.; Klaas, D.; Kruppe, R.; Rittinger, J.; Taptimthong, P.; Wienecke, A.; Rissing, L.; Wurz, M.C. Recent Developments of Magnetoresistive Sensors for Industrial Applications. Sensors 2015, 15, 28665-28689.
Jogschies L, Klaas D, Kruppe R, Rittinger J, Taptimthong P, Wienecke A, Rissing L, Wurz MC. Recent Developments of Magnetoresistive Sensors for Industrial Applications. Sensors. 2015; 15(11):28665-28689.Chicago/Turabian Style
Jogschies, Lisa; Klaas, Daniel; Kruppe, Rahel; Rittinger, Johannes; Taptimthong, Piriya; Wienecke, Anja; Rissing, Lutz; Wurz, Marc C. 2015. "Recent Developments of Magnetoresistive Sensors for Industrial Applications." Sensors 15, no. 11: 28665-28689.