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Electrical Engineering by E.E. Kimberly

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3 Parasitic and Cross-effects in Sensing Elements There exists also a large group of simple sensing elements with electrical properties that can be characterized with a single electrical network element whose main value depends on the physical signal to be measured. e. besides the sensitivity for the measurand, they also show an undesired sensitivity for other physical quantities, such as temperature, mechanical vibrations, etc. The use of additional sensing elements can provide additional information to improve the reliability and compensate for cross-effects.

Reproduced by permission of G. 17 Block diagram of the UTI system A number of sensing elements, a reference element, and optionally a biasing element have been connected to the input terminals of the UTI chip. A selector (MUX) connects sequentially each of these elements to one of the specific front ends. The selector (MUX) is controlled by a phase counter, which counts 3, 4 or 5 phases, as discussed further on in this section. 3. The mode-specific front end is connected to a modulator, which consists of a relaxation oscillator.

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