Analysis of Single- and Double Core Planar Fluxgate Structures†
AbstractThe planar fluxgate is an emerging technology feasible for system integration contrary to it’s bulky 3D counterpart. Recently, a novel structure based on an asymmetric double core layout for improved sensitivity and energy efficiency was proposed. The aim of this paper is, for the first time, to conduct a direct experimental comparison between single- and asymmetric double-core structures. The results confirm the original conjecture and show that asymmetric double core structures can easily boost the sensitivity by a factor of two for similar power supply.
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Navaei, N.; Roshanghias, A.; Lenzhofer, M.; Ortner, M. Analysis of Single- and Double Core Planar Fluxgate Structures. Proceedings 2018, 2, 831.
Navaei N, Roshanghias A, Lenzhofer M, Ortner M. Analysis of Single- and Double Core Planar Fluxgate Structures. Proceedings. 2018; 2(13):831.Chicago/Turabian Style
Navaei, Neosha; Roshanghias, Ali; Lenzhofer, Martin; Ortner, Michael. 2018. "Analysis of Single- and Double Core Planar Fluxgate Structures." Proceedings 2, no. 13: 831.
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